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April Question: Which high availability option(s) do you employ for SQL Server instances, and why did you choose them?

By Brad McGehee, 2011/04/01

As DBAs, we are responsible for the protection of our organization’s data, and we have many different options to protect it. So for this month’s question, “Which high availability option(s) do you employ for your SQL Server instances, and why did you choose them?”, share with us which ones you use, and explain why you made the choices you did.

Post your responses to the above SQL Server Question of the Month in the comments section below (at www.bradmcgehee.com if you are viewing this from a syndicated newsfeed). And don’t forget to enter your e-mail address when you post your response, so I can contact you if you win.

Because there is no right or wrong answer, this month’s winner will be selected randomly from all the entries that are received.

This Month’s Prizes

SQL Virtual Restore

The prizes this month are an Amazon.com voucher worth US$50.00 and a license for SQL Virtual Restore 2.3 with one year of support and upgrades. SQL Virtual Restore lets you mount your backups as live, fully functional databases – without the time or space needed for a physical restore. To find out more, visit the Red Gate website.

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