SQLSaturday #392 Atlanta

SQLSaturday is a training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. DH2i is attending the upcoming Atlanta event in May as a gold sponsor. Stop by our booth at the event—we’d love to meet you.

SQLSaturday #364 Boston

SQLSaturday is a training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. DH2i is attending the upcoming Boston event in April as a gold sponsor. Stop by our booth at the event—we’d love to meet you.

Events / Webinars Archive

When Virtualization Leaves You Hanging

Virtualization is great for protecting your SQL Server instances from infrastructure faults. Unfortunately, it can leave you hanging when it comes to protection from OS- or application-related failures. Learn the best options for SQL Server application and OS resiliency.

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Visionary Denny Cherry Presents

Join superstar consultant and SQL Server MVP Denny Cherry for a webinar on a SQL Server availability technology that has industry pundits buzzing. Denny will explain the top SQL Server HA, DR, and consolidation challenges his clients face time and time again. He’ll share strategies he’s seen work in the wild and identify the gaps where these standard approaches fall short.

SQL Server Consolidation & HA—for Any Edition

In this hands-on tutorial, we’ll show you how to make any SQL Server instance highly available—even with multi-subnet geo-clustering—regardless of its version or edition. We’ll also demonstrate new functionality that lets you safely stack your highly available instances to improve utilization and save on license costs.

SQL Server Clustering Without WSFC: A Cure for Clusterphobia

Let’s face it: setting up, testing, and maintaining WSFC for SQL Server is enough to give anyone clusterphobia. Now you can get advanced SQL Server clustering without the complexities and limitations of WSFC—and at lower cost. In this webinar, we show you a new approach to get consistent high availability for any SQL Server instance on any OS.