Tue, May 07 2013 11:00 Central Daylight Time
Adam Belebczuk - Introduction to SQL Server 2012 A
One of the most talked about new features in SQL Server 2012 is AlwaysOn Availability Groups. In this session, we will cover the pros and cons of using Availability Groups as well as the basics of how to set them up and take advantage of readable secondary replicas. If you want to improve the availability and performance of your applications & databases, are currently using Database Mirroring, or if you're just curious about Availability Groups, then you won't want to miss this session.
Adam Belebczuk is a Consultant, Accidental DBA, and Developer with over 10 years of experience in IT, ranging from customer service to server/network administration to software and database development. Adam holds the MCSE: Data Platform and MCITP DBA 2005/2008 certifications, is a frequent speaker at SQL Server Users Groups and SQL Saturday events, and specializes in SQL Server development and performance tuning.
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