Better than FEMA (much better)
You never want your database to go down. And if it does, you want to ensure that it never goes down again.
SQL Server has a large array of HA/DR options like clustering, replication, log shipping, database mirroring, and availability groups–but which one should you choose? How do you make sure it stays working? How do you know you’re implementing it properly?
Brent Ozar Unlimited’s high availability and disaster recovery solutions rely on three key elements of our services:
- Experience – We’ve done high availability and disaster recovery for companies all over the world–from multi-billion-dollar distribution companies in Hurricane Alley to online payment processors to casinos. We know how this stuff works.
- Expertise – We have HA/DR expertise on staff, as well as talent with SQL Server AlwaysOn, storage replication, and virtualization replication. We keep a full spectrum of expertise on staff so that our solutions leave no stone unturned.
- Learning – We are an education company as much as a company that cures data pains. We share our knowledge in understandable language so that you gain the tools and ability to prevent future disasters.
Free relief: our blog posts and videos.
For some not-so-casual reading, check out our blog posts covering SQL Server AlwaysOn.
$1,595: 2-day How to Be a Senior DBA class.
For the last couple of years, you’ve been spending most of your time managing SQL Server. You’re responsible for the backups, building new servers (when you get the chance), and figuring out why they’re slow. You’ve just never really felt confident. We’re bringing this show to Chicago, Philadelphia, and San Diego in 2014 – read more about the agenda and sign up.
Consulting: our SQL Critical Care®
In just 4 days, we’ll work with you to build the right high availability and disaster recovery solution. We assess your team’s strengths, your database’s weaknesses (I know, it’s shocking to think about), and SQL Server’s available features to make a good match. Learn more about our SQL Critical Care®.