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Next Meeting

Tuesday,

August

11

Architecting Availability Groups

  • In-Person @ 1 University Pl Stamford, Connecticut, United States (map)
  • 18:00 - 20:00 Eastern Daylight Time
  • Language: English

Join us on August 11th for a presentation on Availability Groups, a high availability and disaster recovery feature available with SQL Server 2012 and above.

Featured Presentation:

Architecting Availability Groups

Derik Hammer, Senior Database Administrator Subway (Franchise World Headquarters, LLC)

You are a DBA familiar with some basic Windows clustering and database mirroring concepts, and now you are considering AlwaysOn Availability Groups. This session will cover the pros and cons of four typical configurations of AlwaysOn Availability Groups; stand-alone instances, fail-over cluster instances, multi-subnet, and a hybrid approach that I call disaster-recovery-on-the-cheap. It will also include their exclusive features such as read-only routing and backup off-loading. In addition, you'll learn how to use the Availability Group Listener correctly and why you should be using Windows Server 2012 or above, along with some of my own personal lessons learned.

About Derik:
I am currently working as a Database Operations Team Lead with Subway World Headquarters. Server configuration, architecture, disaster recovery, high-availability, performance tuning, and maintenance automation form the bulk of my responsibilities. Almost all of my previous experience has resided firmly in the traditional / production DBA realm. I also spend as much time as I can spare attending SQL Server community functions. Currently chapter leader for FairfieldPASS.

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