High Availability (HA)

High Availability (DR) Using SQL Server 2005 Transactional Replication

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One of the four high availability technologies in SQL Server is replication, though this can be very cumbersome to setup and get working. Longtime author Paul Ibison looks at how this has changed from SQL Server 2000 to 2005 and what you should consider before setting this up.

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2008-04-17

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Mirrored Backups

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One very interesting new feature in SQL Server 2005 is the ability to run backups to multiple locations, ensuring you have a second copy of the backup file if your first one were to be corrupted. SQL Server expert Andy Warren takes a look at how this feature works and the implications of using it.

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2008-05-12 (first published: )

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