Pro SQL Server 2008 Mirroring

Pro SQL Server 2008 Mirroring

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Pro SQL Server 2008 Mirroring is your complete guide to planning, using, deploying, and maintaining database mirroring as a high-availability option. Mirroring protects you by maintaining one or more duplicate copies of your database for use in the event the primary copy is damaged. It is a key component of any production-level, high-availability solution. This book covers the full spectrum of database mirroring, taking you from the planning phase through the implementation to the maintenance phase and beyond. Easy to follow, step-by-step instructions for beginner and intermediate users In-depth, detailed information for advanced and expert users Covers all phases of database mirroring from planning to sustained maintenance What youa€™ll learn Plan effectively for database mirroring. Learn what questions to ask and what problems to anticipate Get step-by-step instructions on how to set up database mirroring Automate the initial setup and the ongoing maintenance of mirrored databases Monitor database mirroring, detect failures, and generate automated alerts Build a system that automatically responds to and fixes common problems Build in support for the missing facets of database mirroring, such as support for cross-database dependencies Define groups of databases that all fail over together to their mirrors when just one of those databases fails Create operational processes so that even nontechnical staff can manage mirrored databases Who this book is for General audience: Pro SQL Server 2008 Database Mirroring is aimed at SQL Server 2008 database administrators, and especially those who desire to mirror their databases in support of high availability. System administrators and operational engineers who manage Windows Server systems that support mirrored database environments will also find much in the book of interest. Table of Contents High Availability Options Database Mirroring Overview Planning and Best Practices Database Mirroring Setup Automating Setup Maintenance Simplified Monitoring and Alerting Upgrading to SQL Server 2008 Reporting Considerations Planning for Failuredatabase to ensure it is in a state that allows you to back it up before attempting to create the backup. If you are not using a maintenance plan, you will need to include a step to delete the old backups as well. You can use the two followinganbsp;...

Title:Pro SQL Server 2008 Mirroring
Author:Robert Davis, Ken Simmons
Publisher:Apress - 2009-10-07


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