Date: November 22, 2016
Tags: #high availability SQL Server, #ML, #SANLess, Azure, Machine Learning, SQL
SIOS experts in high availability SQL Server cluster protection routinely share their knowledge and provide expert advice through webinars, blogs, and live events.
Blog Post: Step-by-Step Guide to High Availability SQL Server v.Next Linux High Availability
Click here to learn how to deploy a Linux VM in Azure running SQL Server and how to configure a 2-node failover cluster to make it highly available without the need for shared storage. https://clusteringformeremortals.com/category/high-availability/
Blog Post: Deploying a Highly Available File Server in Azure IAAS (ARM) with SIOS DataKeeper This blog is a step-by-step guide to deploying a two-node File Server Failover Cluster in a single region of Azure using Azure Resource Manager.
Live Webinar: December 15, 2016 – Webinar: Keeping the Peace with Your Sys Admins while Providing High Availability SQL Server. Join SQL Server MVP Dave Bermingham as he walks through common use cases that cause conflict between SQL DB Admins and VM Admins when SQL Server HA is involved. He will also describe a simple, conflict-free way for SQL Server admins to get what they need for a successful implementation of SQL Server. Register here.
Live Webinar: December 8, 2016 – Understanding vSphere Analytics: Machine Learning vs Threshold-based. Join David Davis, 8-time vExpert and Partner at ActualTechMedia and Experts from SIOS Technology in this real-world, practical, hands-on webinar! Find out the differences between different vSphere analytics approaches and how to choose a solution that’s best for you. Register here.
Recorded Webinar – VMware Guest Based SQL Server High Availability Clusters – Ways to Protect SQL and Maintain Flexibility. Watch this recorded webinar and hear Dave Bermingham, Microsoft Clustering and Datacenter MVP and Tony Tomarchio, Director of Field Engineering at SIOS discuss ways to create a high availability cluster to protect SQL in a VMware environment without sacrificing IT flexibility or important VMware features, and whether you can have a cluster and multi-site replication with VMware. Register here.