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High Availability - Sample Chapter

By Press Release,

Over the next week or so, we have a number of our Questions of the Day sponsored by Apress and we are giving away some copies of the book above by Allen Hirt on SQL Server 2005 High Availability.

In this book:

  • This book provides comprehensive, clear, detailed coverage of all major availability issues.
  • The author covers both availability and performance, from the perspective of high availability.
  • The book addresses the crucial needs of enterprise-class, 24x7 SQL Server 2005 implementations.
  • Youll gain insight that other SQL Server documentation and whitepapers dont provide.

We have a sample chapter linked at the bottom of this article, it's Chapter 1 - The Business of Availability. Check it out and see if this book is for you.


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