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SQL Saturday 572–Extended Events and Always On

This is the second year that I will be speaking at SQL Saturday at Portland. Last year I had talked about troubleshooting slow queries. This year I will talk about debugging SQL Server issues without having to use the debugger! 279 more words

SQL Server

Skype for Business 2015 Databases

As we usually deal with the Databases own our Skype for Business information, it is better to refresh your mind with the DB name and functionality from time to time. 215 more words

Skype For Business

AlwaysOn 2016 – Maintenance

— by Ginger Keys

SQL Server AlwaysOn provides a fairly robust environment for disaster recovery; however you can never be too careful when it comes to technology and protecting your data. 1,621 more words

SQL Server

Read This Before Implementing AlwaysOn for BizTalk Server 2016

One of the major news in BizTalk Server 2016 is the full support for SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups (AGs). When Microsoft announced this, the crowd cheered, and they moved on to the next slide. 551 more words


AlwaysOn 2016 – New and Improved

–by Ginger Keys

AlwaysOn Availability Groups made its debut in SQL Server 2012 as a new feature that enhanced the existing technologies of database mirroring and failover clustering to provide an option for high availability and disaster recovery. 2,060 more words

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Setting up Always On Availability Groups for SQL Server in Azure

Almost all organisations rely on data, be it in the form of files or databases (SQL, Oracle…). The most challenging aspect of managing data for any organisation is high-availability and disaster recovery. 3,637 more words


Strange Behavior in Identity Columns in SQL Server 2012


A couple of years ago, after a successful migration from SQL Server 2008 to SQL Server 2012 a colleague from the DEV team gave me a call soon after a failover process involving an AlwaysOn Availability Group. 514 more words