Chapter 12. Disaster Recovery Techniques for Microsoft SQL Server

You can make individual parts of a system fault tolerant. You can design in redundancy for the systems, making the solution highly available. But what happens when a catastrophe strikes and your fault-tolerant, redundant, highly available systems do not weather the proverbial storm? This is where disaster recovery comes into play.

Many will argue that high availability and disaster recovery are not related, and some incorrectly mistake high availability for disaster recovery. The truth is that high availability planning must include the entire scope of what it takes to keep an application, business, or other enterprise up and running. Technology that makes your solutions fault tolerant, ...

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