Monday, March 30, 2009

FAQ guide: SQL Server 2008 high-availability services

March 30, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
FAQ: SQL Server 2008 high-availability services
Ross Mistry, Contributor

IT solutions providers can use several different technologies in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 to provide clients with high-availability services. In this FAQ guide, SQL Server expert Ross Mistry addresses frequently asked questions about these services and teaches you how to recommend the right options to your customers. Learn how you can use failover clustering, database mirroring, log shipping and replication to make money.

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