Disaster Recovery (DR)

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Disaster Recovery for SQL Server Databases

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High-Availability depends on how quickly you can recover a production system after an incident that has caused a failure. This requires planning, and documentation. If you get a Disaster Recovery Plan wrong, it can make an incident into a catastrophe for the business. Hugo Shebbeare discusses some essentials, describes a typical system, and provides sample documentation.

2009-09-14

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Had this been an actual emergency….

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Rodney Landrum has lived through several simulated emergencies and one real one, in the form of Hurricane Ivan. The tests do not adequately prepare you for the real thing. Real emergencies bring tension, exhaustion and hunger pangs. Simulations bring lethargy, pre-determined end times, and warm pizza.

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2009-09-07

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