Microsoft SQL Server 2000 High Availability Series

By Bill Graziano on 31 December 2002 | 0 Comments | Tags: Administration


The Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 High Availability Series helps you plan and deploy a highly available data center that uses Microsoft SQL Server 2000 through proper procedures that increase availability, backups help recover from catastrophic disasters, redundant components prevent downtime, and redundant servers minimize downtime.

The series consists of:

PLANNING to help you design a data center to achieve the level of availability needed for the business environment.
DEPLOYMENT to help you implement selected server redundancy solutions to minimize unavailability caused by server failures and planned downtime. Follow the link to Microsoft SQL Server 2000 High Availability Series...

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