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Announcing the Release of Our High Availability Course!

Announcing the Release of Our High Availability Course!

HA_Confusion.jpgToday we released a new course called SQL Server High Availability! This course has been designed so you have the tools you need when something goes wrong with your SQL Server.

High Availability is a broad term used (and sometimes misused) throughout on and offline discussions about uptime and application availability. In particular, when we say "high availability" we mean a database accessible as close to 24/7 as possible via redundancies and fault-tolerance within the systems housing that data. For the DBA, it is critical to understand this topic and the technological underpinnings of the High Availability options Microsoft provides within SQL Server. This course will begin by explaining key terms and concepts surrounding the idea of High Availability. Following that, every SQL Server High Availability option will be discussed and demoed. By the end of the course, students will have a firm idea of what high availability tools are presented within SQL Server, as well as how to deploy those tools. Learn more about this course by watching this 2-minute video by Devin Knight:


SQL Server High Availability

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