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Disaster Recovery Plan with Amazon RDS


Disaster Recovery Plan with Amazon RDS

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Hello all,

My manager just create a new project for implementing SQL Server using Amazon RDS. He asked me to develop a plan on how to do it, choose the best scenario in terms of cost, performance, latency, disaster recovery, etc.
As till now, Amazon RDS - MultiAZ deployments are not yet supported to any version of SQL Server, what are your thoughts on how to get the less downtime possible?
I'm a little bit confused about it as I see a lot of marketing but no example or suggestions for SQL Server....

Thanks you all in advance for any help.

Cheers
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