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Tech-ed Online Panel: Leveraging SQL Server Technologies to Build a Solid High-Availability Strategy

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Tech·Ed offers the premier technical education conference just for IT professionals. Microsoft and industry experts will share their expertise about how to architect, deploy, manage, and help secure a connected enterprise. With only a few weeks to go, there’s still time to register for Tech·Ed IT Professionals. Don’t miss out on all the great content and learning opportunities. Register now.

This year I'm leading the Panel Discussion topic on Leveraging SQL Server Technologies to Build a Solid High-Availability Strategy.

Who should attend?

Architects, DBAs, Developers, IT Pros & Database Managers...

What is your take-away?

SQL Server 2005 and 2008 provide a plethora of HA technologies. Combining these technologies into a viable solution to support a global IT infrastructure is not as hard as it seems. Following straightforward best-practices and a solid understanding of the capabilities and trade-offs inherent in the technologies, putting together an HA strategy can be easier than you think. Come to this session to hear from SQL Server industry experts on high-availability and disaster-recovery – we’ll dispel myths and give you guidelines you can follow straight away to implement the RIGHT technology now.
 
When:   Tuesday, June 10 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM 
Speaker(s): Kevin Farlee, Allan Hirt, Satya Jayanty, Paul Randal, Kimberly Tripp

 

Published Monday, June 2, 2008 11:59 AM by ssqa.net

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