Date: March 31, 2018
@Sqlsatnash Deploying Highly Available SQL Server In #Azure Session At SQL Saturday Nashville, Jan 16th
I’ll be heading to Nashville to share about deploying highly available SQL server. While there, there is a couple of things that I can’t wait to catch up on – Technology and music. While I’m there, I certainly hope I am able to have some good music at The Station Inn.
Come By My Session On Deploying Highly Available SQL Server in Azure
Jan 16th is going to be a great day of learning and networking. Hang out with my #SQLPass family and join my session. This hour long session is great for those who are keen in learning about deploying SQL Server in Azure.
On Cloud Database/Application Development & Deployment
As we are already aware, Windows Azure is an excellent IaaS platform to deploy SQL Server. There is a need to plan for high availability and disaster recovery even as Microsoft manages the infrastructure. In this session, learn how to leverage Azure Fault Domains, Upgrade Domains, and Internal Load Balancers to ensure high availability of SQL Server deployments within the Azure cloud. You will learn to see the difference between Azure Classic and Azure Resource Manager. And at the same time, how it would affect your SQL Server availability. While Microsoft Azure offers SLA’s of 99.95%, make sure your SQL Server deployment qualifies. Again, this session is best suited for those with intentions to move or have already moved your SQL Servers instances to Azure. By the way, participants for this session should have a basic knowledge of SQL Server AlwaysOn Failover Clustering as well as Availability Groups. But if you don’t, no fear because you should be able to catch up pretty fast with a little bit of practice and experimenting.