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Multiple SQL DBs in Sync for DR


Multiple SQL DBs in Sync for DR

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sqlguy80
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Hello Gurus,
We have a request to document and set up DR for about 300 databases to another site.

Ours is a standalone critical Prod DB server, we cannot use always on , and are planning to use logshipping but given that there are 300 DB's this is a mess as well, with a lot of manual work, monitoring, management etc. Do you recommend any third party tools which can handle this?

Thank you in Advance.
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Why can't you use Availability Groups (I assume that's what you mean by AlwaysOn)?
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sqlguy80 - Monday, February 5, 2018 11:31 PM
Hello Gurus,
We have a request to document and set up DR for about 300 databases to another site.

Ours is a standalone critical Prod DB server, we cannot use always on , and are planning to use logshipping but given that there are 300 DB's this is a mess as well, with a lot of manual work, monitoring, management etc. Do you recommend any third party tools which can handle this?

Thank you in Advance.


why cant you use failover groups or failover cluster instances

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I agree...that a fail over cluster might be your best option IF you can not use ALWAYS ON and log shipping will be a mess as you state
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If your only option is to use log shipping i would go with REDGATE for sure!!



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