Blog » Entries from 3/7/2010
I plan on writing a series of posts on database mirroring, this is the first. Database Mirroring is a new feature of SQL Server 2005 and I have been configuring and testing it lately so I thought I would write a short post to document what I have learned.
I am sitting in the terminal at Charlotte’s airport waiting for my flight back, it’s a bit delayed so I have time to reflect on a great SQL Saturday. This was my second SQLSaturday and it was a fantastic event. Boston was also great, as I blogged about but I was here a bit longer [...]
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