We would like to inform you in this form of an important event (about which you may already know yourself). It also applies to the security of your SQL Servers. We think we should have this initiative from our side.
Availability Groups (AG) on named nistances? (Part 1/2)
by Michal Tinthofer on 23/07/2013
SQL Server 2012 introduced AlwaysOn Availability Groups, a feature intended to replace clustering, database mirroring, log shipping, replication, and other technologies by giving us one easy-to-manage feature for high availability, disaster recovery, and
Anyway this post should focus on some different distressing news about SQL 2012. If you have current software assurance (SA) for SQL Server 2008 R2, this allows you to slide into SQL Server 2012 while maintaining CAL licensing (by the way this is not pos
Backup device is a standard backup file. But this file is registered in management studio and often used to store more than one backups from database. There are also some pros and cons in usage compared to standard backups stored in folders and made by ma