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Day 12 of 31 Days of Disaster Recovery: Extreme Disaster Recovery Training

31 Days of Disaster Recovery

31 Days of Disaster Recovery

Fittingly, today’s focus on disaster recovery as part of my 31 Days of Disaster Recovery is to announce a full day of training, Extreme Disaster Recovery, being offered at SQLBits XI. This training will be the only pre-conference session being led by two (2) Microsoft Certified Masters (SQL Server). I will be delivering this session along with my good friend and frequent cohort Argenis Fernandez (blog|@DBArgenis) with whom I have delivered 3 pre-conference sessions already.

Extreme Disaster Recovery

SQL Bits XI - Extreme Disaster Recovery

SQL Bits XI – Extreme Disaster Recovery

Here’s your chance to learn data recovery from the big dogs. Two Microsoft Certified Masters (MCMs) will take your Recovery game to an all new level. Take a deep dive into SQL Server recovery and learn how to handle a wide variety of data loss and corruption scenarios. The session will cover how to be prepared for, prevent, and recover data lost due to deletion or corruption.

    Learn the following skills in this session:

  • Built-in functionality in SQL Server for preventing and detecting corruption that you may not even know about
  • How to identify a specific transaction in the transaction log and recover data lost from that transaction
  • Categories of corruption and how to manage recovery differently for each one

Spoiler Alert
Don’t come empty handed. Bring your laptops, and we’ll practice recovering corrupt databases together.

Register here for SQLBits and a Pre-con

Past Posts in the Series

If you missed any of the earlier posts in my DR series, you can check them out here:

    31 Days of disaster Recovery

  1. Does DBCC Automatically Use Existing Snapshot?
  2. Protection From Restoring a Backup of a Contained Database
  3. Determining Files to Restore Database
  4. Back That Thang Up
  5. Dealing With Corruption in a Nonclustered Index
  6. Dealing With Corruption in Allocation Pages
  7. Writing SLAs for Disaster Recover
  8. Resolutions for All DBAs
  9. Use All the Checksums
  10. Monitoring for Corruption Errors
  11. Converting LSN Formats


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