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Presenting for Omaha SQL Server Users Group Wednesday

pass_logo_smI am pleased to be presenting a highly interactive session tomorrow evening that is a full end-to-end setup and management demonstration on SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups for the Omaha SQL Server Users Group.

During our November meeting, we took a quick non-scientific poll of some of the topics that the group wanted to see more of. SQL Server Availability Groups took the top slot, and when asked, attendees had spent a lot of time reading about AGs but few had actually seen them in practice. Let’s fix that! I will be walking through the creation of an Availability Group from start to finish. I will demonstrate how to create them, handle failover and failback of nodes, show how the application connects, and discuss the daily management processes such as scheduled jobs, monitoring, etc.

The Omaha SQL Server Users Group is meeting this Wednesday, March 4th, at 6:00pm, at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska, 1919 Aksarben Drive, Omaha NE. Special thanks goes to Modis for sponsoring this event. RSVP today, and bring your questions!

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).

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