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September 12, 2011  2:00 PM

Cloud probably isn’t going to be a very good backup solution for you



Posted by: Denny Cherry
Backup & recovery, DR, SQL Server

Back on July 19th, there was a blog post that I was pointed to which talked about tossing your backup solution and using cloud for your backup instead.  Basically the points which are made are...

July 28, 2011  2:00 PM

HA vs DR, what’s it all mean



Posted by: Denny Cherry
AlwaysOn, DR, SQL Server, SQL Server 11, Storage

People often get HA (High Availability) and DR (Disaster Recovery) mixed up.  There are a couple of reasons that this happens.  First is the fact that there aren’t any clear guidelines which separate the two.  There are standard terms which are used to help define HA and DR, but there’s...


December 23, 2010  2:00 PM

Do you have any affordable recommendations (mid-size company) for DR to a secondary site, about 11 TB of storage?



Posted by: Denny Cherry
DR, EMC, Storage

It depends on how you are going to handle your data replication.  If you are going to use native array based replication then you’ll need to either use array’s data replication options or look at EMC’s recover point. If however you are going to handle the replication outside of the...


January 14, 2008  8:00 AM

Log Shipping without SQL Server Enterprise Edition



Posted by: Denny Cherry
DR, Log Shipping, Replication, SQL, T/SQL

Microsoft's Log Shipping is pretty good.  But it requires that you have SQL Server Enterprise Edition on both the machines.  This makes the solution fairly expensive.  Because of this I've written a replacement which can be used on any edition of SQL Server including SQL Server Express Edition...


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