Building a hybrid SQL Server infrastructure

The geographic distribution of cloud data centers makes it easy to configure SQL Server instances for high availability (HA) and/or disaster recovery (DR), but what good is that to you if you’re already invested in a well-tuned SQL Server system that’s firing away on all cylinders on-premises? The idea of ensuring higher levels of availability or easily adding a disaster recovery site may sound very attractive, but the thought of moving everything into the cloud to achieve those ends may give rise to cold sweats and nightmares.


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