Your year began with an ambitious resolution: implement high availability for SQL Server on Linux.

But it’s only January and you’re at risk of giving up already. That’s because with no Windows Server Failover Clustering on Linux, you’re forced to turn to 3rd party solutions for HA clustering, fault detection and failover automation of instances and Availability Groups.

Navigating those solutions alone can be a real challenge.

In this webinar, SQL Server MCM / Data Platform MVP Edwin Sarmiento and DH2i’s Connor Cox will help you make sense of two of the clustering options available for SQL Server on Linux—Pacemaker and DxEnterprise—including how each are configured and managed. We’ll even dig in to how to get your Linux clusters set up across multiple sites and/or clouds.

You may actually achieve your New Year’s resolution after all.

 

About Edwin Sarmiento

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Edwin is the Managing Director of 15C, a consulting and training company that specializes in designing, implementing and supporting SQL Server infrastructures. He is a 12-year former Microsoft Data Platform MVP and Microsoft Certified Master specializing in high availability, disaster recovery and system infrastructures running on the Microsoft server technology stack.

 

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Slide Deck PDF

Pacemaker vs. DxEnterprise PDF