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Ensuring Disaster Recoverability for Your Legacy SQL Server 2008/R2

Protecting core infrastructure components like SQL Server is certainly one of the database professional first priorities. However, for those businesses still running SQL Server 2008/R2, that’s become a problem.

Jul 22, 2019 | Michael Otey

Moving SQL Databases to the Cloud with the Data Migration Assistant

If you are moving SQL database instances into Azure, you'll want to look at the updated Database Migration Assistant from Microsoft. The assistant can move your data, and give you an assessment of potential issues.

Jun 12, 2019 | Scott Allen

Disaster Recovery with Azure Backup for SQL Server VMs

Running VMs in the cloud has become a big part of the modernization of IT infrastructure for most businesses. However, even though those VMs that are in the cloud, the backup mechanisms that they use to provide disaster recovery (DR) capabilities are essentially the same as they would use for on-premise VMs. They often use legacy technologies that require a lot of resources and are difficult to scale.

May 28, 2019 | Michael Otey

Disaster Recovery Features in Windows Server 2019

Microsoft has released a new version of SharePoint and with it comes a couple new features to help you recover from an outage.

Dec 26, 2018 | Michael Otey

Container Availability and Disaster Recovery

Looking to dive into containers as a possible recovery option but don't know where to start? Mike Otey has you covered.

Oct 22, 2018 | Michael Otey

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