Date: September 3, 2021
Tags: #high availability SQL Server, Application availability, Azure, High Availability, SQL Server High AvailabilityReading Time: 2 minutes
Protecting SQL Server from downtime and disasters is a top priority for most IT teams – even more so given recent headlines. A group of Microsoft MVPs and SQL Server experts will provide important insights, advice, and lessons learned from their decades of experience at the SIOS Cloud Availability Symposium – on September 22 (EU, Middle East, Africa) time zones, and September 23 (Americas time zones). Register once for access to all sessions
Is there a way to protect SQL Server from downtime in the cloud without over spending?
Denny Cherry, noted author, Microsoft MVP, and noted SQL Server expert answers this and many other questions in:
When SQL Server Downtime is Not an Option: Simple, Reliable HA/DR Choices in Cloud Environments – learn more and register
What are the pros and cons to increasing availability in a hybrid cloud environment?
Allan Hirt, Dual Microsoft MVP and VMware vExpert. and SQL Server mission critical expert discusses key considerations when designing new solutions or extending existing ones to create a hybrid SQL Server architecture in:
Increasing SQL Server Availability with Hybrid Architectures – learn more and register
How do ensure Fast SQL Server Performance in a Cloud HA Environment?
Monica Rathbun, Microsoft MVP, Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert and VMWare vExpert provides practical, actionable steps for optimizing SQL Server performance in: Best Practice Configurations for SQL Server Performance – learn more and register
Where are My Company’s HA Weaknesses?
David Bermingham, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, and SIOS Technical Evangelist explains explains the ‘availability chain’ of key components needed for application uptime. – learn more and register
How do I decide which disaster protection is best for my SQL Server environment in the cloud?
Data Platform MVP, author, and SQL Server expert, Michelle Gutzait recommends steps for planning for disaster recovery and high availability and for choosing the right solution for your specific needs in:
Disaster Recovery for SQL Server on Public Cloud – learn more and register