Monday, April 6, 2009

How to offer high-availability services to clients

April 06, 2009 Published by

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Podcast: How to offer high-availability solutions with SQL Server 2008
Ross Mistry, Contributor

The demand for high-availability services is increasing, and SQL Server 2008 features several different technologies that solutions providers can use to offer these services to clients.

In this podcast, SQL Server expert Ross Mistry discusses the four options for offering high-availability solutions: failover clustering, database mirroring, log shipping and replication. He also says which high availability approaches are best for disaster recovery and regulatory compliance solutions.

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