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The Colocated Dangers


The Colocated Dangers

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When it comes to Disaster Recovery it is not a matter of IF, it is a matter of WHEN. So, always remember the old Boy Scout motto. "Be Prepared".:-D

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Funny that you bring this up Steve. One of our hosted customers, for the first time in 4 years, last night had to execute their failover plan to their DR site. With our help, they built the environment from the ground up with DR in mind and tested it every year, but last night was the first real "disaster". The whole procedure went without a hitch and today they're live on their DR servers. Planning indeed goes a long way.



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I have to ask: how does your boss letting you extend your lunch to fix a work problem equate to him being "understanding"?

There's a name for that syndrome...
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I have to ask: how does your boss letting you extend your lunch to fix a work problem equate to him being "understanding"?

There's a name for that syndrome...


That reference was early in this site's career. I didn't work for SQLServerCentral, but for another company. Extending my lunch hour to go work for SQLServerCentral wasn't something my boss had to do since it wasn't his company.

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Well, that makes much more sense...
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