Right-Sizing for the Cloud

The Problem with Overprovisioning in the Cloud When it is time to purchase new resources for one or more applications, the non-scientific approach of “guesstimating” the requirements can be expensive whether for on-premises capital expenditures or Cloud-based services.  For stakeholders deciding on how to provision the data services, is it better to start small and […]

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2 Reasons Why Failover Could Be Slow

Intro Microsoft SQL Server has had Mirroring starting with version 2005, and now that SQL Server 2012 is released, there is an additional feature set called AlwaysOn (marketing info | technical info). AlwaysOn in currently an Enterprise only feature, so Standard Edition users will still need to use Mirroring. I would describe AlwaysOn this way: […]