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Training recommendation for 2008 R2 to 2012 with emphasis on Always On


Training recommendation for 2008 R2 to 2012 with emphasis on Always On

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I've got six SQL Server 2008 R2 servers to upgrade to SQL Server 2012. There is one standalone that's used for dev and admin and the others support enterprise systems. I've got mirroring running on two of them for our most critical enterprise application.

I need to get all of them updated to SQL Server 2012 and implement Always On for the primary enterprise cluster and a second cluster for the other db's. I really can't afford to hack at it any more than I have to. Are there any particular training opportunities anyone can suggest that would provide specific topics on migration from 2008 and implementing Always On? Any format, any place in the Intermountain West or the Pacific Northwest would be good. (I'm in Wyoming.)
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