Planning to move your SQL Server instances to any of the major public cloud platforms requires considerations for both high availability and disaster recovery. Watch Dave Bermingham, SIOS Technical Evangelist on this webinar, to learn about what to expect for cost in the cloud, differences and similarities of the three major public cloud providers – AWS, Azure and GCP; what they offer in terms of both high availability and disaster recovery and how to decide what’s best for your environment.
Planning a move to the cloud? This webinar covers what you need to know about deploying SQL Server on AWS EC2 while ensuring uptime and preventing data loss. Watch David Bermingham, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, and SIOS Technology Corp Technical Evangelist and Tom Staab, Partner Solutions Architect for Amazon Web Services, and technical Cloud and Data expert to learn about AWS EC2, the different High Availability and Disaster Recovery configurations and how to select what is best for your environment.
If you need to migrate to Azure at end of support (EOS), and you require high availability for SQL Server 2008/2008 R2, there’s only one solution recommended by Microsoft: SIOS DataKeeper. SIOS DataKeeper enables clustering in the cloud, including the creation of a SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 FCI, allowing you to achieve your HA goals.
This white paper will give you an overview of a complete, high-availability move to Azure, including an overview of how SANless clusters work and what it takes to deploy Windows Server failover clusters with SIOS DataKeeper.
What is IT resiliency and what does it mean for your environment? Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP David Bermingham explains how to achieve IT resiliency for SQL Server in the Cloud. Common misperceptions are debunked and high availability nuances between the major cloud service providers are explored.
Windows Server 2016 introduced Storage Spaces Direct, to allow for shared storage in Azure that could help with building and configuring a Windows cluster in the cloud. While this sounded like a killer feature (and it can be with proper infrastructure) it runs into challenges in cloud environments with limited bandwidth available for both storage and data traffic.
In this webinar, you will learn about the configuration of clusters in the cloud, some real-world examples of problems, and alternatives for maintaining a shared storage infrastructure within Azure.