Wed, Apr 22 2015 12:00 Eastern Daylight Time
Availability Groups 101: An Introduction – sponsored by Dell Software
One of the most talked about new features in Microsoft SQL Server is AlwaysOn Availability Groups. In this session, we'll cover the pros and cons of using Availability Groups as well as the basics of how to set them up and take advantage of readable secondary replicas. If you want to improve the availability and performance of your applications and databases, are currently using Database Mirroring, or if you're just curious about Availability Groups, then you won't want to miss this session.
Adam Belebczuk is a Database Engineer & Consultant with over 10 years of experience in IT, ranging from customer service to server/network administration to software and database development and administration. Adam is the Chapter Leader for the Ohio North SQL Server Users Group, a frequent speaker and volunteer at PASS events, and specializes in SQL development, performance tuning, high availability, & disaster recovery.
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