Date: January 13, 2014
Meeting Details: Link
Join SIOS’ own Microsoft MVP Dave Bermingham at the New Jersey SQL User Group’s February meeting for food, fun, and a whole lot of expert advice.
Dave will discuss how to create clusters to protect SQL Server in environments where traditional shared storage clusters are impractical or impossible. He’ll describe how to create a cluster using native SQL Failover Clusters in the Amazon Cloud and how to use local high performance SSD and Flash-based PCIe storage for faster SQL application response times and high availability protection. You will also learn how to build a cluster that eliminates the cost and single point of failure risk of SAN storage.
- How to create a cluster using local high performance storage to accelerate SQL Server without sacrificing availability
- Benefits of AlwaysOn Failover Clustering vs. AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- Availability options of SQL Server Standard Edition vs. Enterprise Edition
- How to add high availability and disaster protection to your SQL Server Amazon EC2 instances
Visit the #NJSQL Site for up to date meeting information.