Maintaining SQL Server 2005 high availability in a global information environment is the database administrators greatest practical challenge. Availability is as much about people and processes as it is about technology. Pro SQL Server 2005 High Availability covers the technology, people, processes, and realaworld best practices for planning, deploying, administering, and maintaining highly available SQL Server 2005 instances. With years of experience as a database consultant and production database administrator, Allan Hirt provides inadepth, detailed advice on what it takes to ensure SQL Server high availability for businesses of any size. This is not an academic text; it's not based on lab experiments, but on realaworld experience. This book is a dramatic update and revision of the authors previous best-seller on SQL Server 2000. It gives sound guidance to database and system administrators on how to really get the job done. This book provides comprehensive, clear, detailed coverage of all major availability issues. The author covers both availability and performance, from the perspective of high availability. The book addresses the crucial needs of enterpriseaclass, 24x7 SQL Server 2005 implementations. Youall gain insight that other SQL Server documentation and whitepapers donat provide.This is a general best practice for all SQL Serverabased applications, but if you are going to use any technology that ... the record, Microsofta#39;s implementation oflog shipping in SQL Server 2005 is not unlike configuring a maintenance plan for aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Pro SQL Server 2005 High Availability|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2007-07-23|