SQL Server 2012 is due to be released on April 1 2012. One of the big components of the new version is SQL Server AlwaysOn. This technology provides a new granular approach to meeting your High Availability and Disaster Recovery Requirements in this ever increasingly complex world of data. This is the first of a 3 part blog series that I take you through SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn.
With the release of SQL Server 2012 there has been a slight change in the edition available. The removal of the Datacenter edition, but the inclusion of the Business Intelligence Edition. To find out more about these changes compare the available editions.
SQLPass is bringing the popular northern hemisphere SQLSaturday downunder for a tour. Book this into your calendar to pick up some good information on a range of SQL topics. SQLSaturday will be presenting at various Australian and New Zealand cities.
Hi, I'm Warwick Rudd, I am a Microsoft Data Platform MVP as well as a Microsoft Certified Master working as the Principal Consultant here at SQL Masters Consulting.
In my blog I will look at all things SQL Server as well as some things outside of the SQL Server relm but hopefully you will find them helpful and interesting.