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  • Blog Post: AlwaysOn Availability Groups, Listener, Named Instances, Port Numbers, etc.

    Author : Sanjay Mishra Reviewers : David P. Smith (Active Network), Mike Ruthruff (Bungie Studios), Matt Neerincx, Luis Carlos Vargas Herring, Piyush Ranjan, Steven Schneider   My job provides me opportunity to work across different sections of customers – some customers who like all defaults...
  • Blog Post: AlwaysOn Availability Group in Windows Azure VM: Client Connectivity Scenarios

    Author : Sanjay Mishra Contributors : Piyush Ranjan, Steven Schneider Reviewers : Ed Muth, Chuck Heinzelman, Silvano Coriani, Rama Ramani, Juergen Thomas, Cephas Lin, Lori Clark, Luis Carlos Vargas Herring Once you have created AlwaysOn Availability Groups in Windows Azure VM ( tutorial ) and created...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn High Availability and Disaster Recovery Design Patterns

    This is one of the popular blog posts on sqlcat.com. Reposting (with updated links) here after sqlcat.com is de-commissioned. Author : Sanjay Mishra Contributors : Justin Erickson, Mike Weiner Reviewers : Prem Mehra, Juergen Thomas, Steve Howard, Chuck Heinzelman, Jimmy May SQL Server 2012...
  • Blog Post: SQLCAT.Com - eBook Downloads

    As of September 1, 2013 we decided to remove SQLCAT.COM site and use MSDN as the primary vehicle to post new SQL Server content. This was done to minimize reader confusion and to streamline content publication. MSDN SQLCAT blogs already includes most SQLCAT.COM Content and will continue to be updated...
  • Blog Post: SQLCAT.com consolidated index of Whitepapers

    In an effort to migrate as much content as possible from SQLCAT.com to the MSDN SQL CAT site we have consolidated all of the Whitepapers published over the last few years. While all of the content actually exists on Technet and MSDN download sites, SQLCAT was a great resource to start looking. Hopefully...
  • Blog Post: AlwaysOn Availability Groups Generate Network Traffic with No User Activity

    Author: Kevin Cox Contributors: Min He,Steve Lindell Reviewers: Sanjay Mishra, Juergen Thomas, Jimmy May Creating an availability group needs pings and status checks across the different servers involved. This accounts for approximately 500 bytes per database in the group. The PerfMon counter...
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