Highly Available Databases with SQL Server 2014 Always On & Pure Storage
Event Date: March 24, 2015
Storage and database administrators are faced with a common challenge of keeping database workloads highly available or fault tolerant. Luckily Microsoft offers AlwaysOn in SQL Server to provide customers with high availability and disaster recovery options to help keep SQL Server databases running. Check out this eSeminar to examine the different scenarios available with SQL Server AlwaysOn and how to easily deploy and manage SQL Server Availability Groups (AAG) on an all-flash storage array. The discussion also includes the benefits of using flash-based snapshots to rapidly seed secondary AlwaysOn replicas.
Rob "Barkz" Barker - Pure Storage