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Technobabble by Klee from @kleegeek

David Klee is all around geek who loves data - including the platform it resides on, virtualizing it, improving performance, availability, and disaster recoverability, and data presentation and visualization. He frequently advises organizations on the techniques of migrating their business-critical physical SQL Servers to the VMware infrastructure in his day job as Solutions Architect. David speaks at many national SQL Saturday events and SQL Server User Group meetings, as well as writes technical columns on SQL Server and virtualization topics on various blogs. He is on Twitter (https://twitter.com/kleegeek), LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/in/davidaklee), and blogs frequently (http://www.davidklee.net).

SQL PASS Virtualization VC Presentation Wednesday September 11 at 11AM MST

passNext Wednesday I will be delivering a session for the SQL PASS Virtualization virtual chapter entitled “SQL Server High Availability Options After Virtualization“. The session should kick off at 10am Mountain time. Please register for the session here. It will be a blast!

Abstract: We all are intimately familiar with SQL Server’s high availability options – clustering, mirroring, and more recently Availability Groups, just to name a few. But, when you virtualize your SQL Servers, some new technologies available at the VM-layer can be introduced to help maintain or improve your SLAs while simplifying your environment. In this session, we will introduce the high availability features that you can embrace to improve your system uptime. We will also discuss when your SLAs might demand a tighter downtime window than the VM-layer features can deliver, but will show how these features can complement a SQL Server-based high availability configuration to reduce the risk of extended downtime. VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V features and configuration examples will be discussed.

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