Whether you’re alreHigh Availability for SQL Server on Linuxady running SQL Server on Linux, contemplating it, or haven’t even considered it, it’s no secret how challenging maintaining high availability can be.

SQL Server on Linux has been supported since the release of SQL Server 2017, bringing all of the advantages of SQL Server to Linux users. Many organizations have considered SQL Server on Linux but have yet to take the plunge as they seek more complete HA clustering solutions that ensure optimal high availability without complex setup and management.

In this on-demand webinar, Microsoft Principal Program Manager Tejas Shah and DH2i’s Connor Cox show you the easiest way to get the highest levels of availability for SQL Server on Linux in Azure. You’ll see a demo of DxEnterprise in action and learn how this technology offers:

  • Peak high availability with unmatched management simplicity
  • Infrastructure and platform flexibility with full support
  • Advanced fault detection and automated failover for nearest-to-zero downtime


Tejas Shah
Principal Program Manager, SQL Enterprise Team – Azure Data Services, Microsoft

Guest Speaker Photo Microsoft Principal Program Manager Tejas ShahTejas is a principal program manager in Azure Data Platform team. He leads SQL Server on Linux and containers strategy across all versions. He has a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Engineering and 20 years of industry experience. He has been part of Microsoft for over 17 years. He also works with several Tier 1 SQL Server customers and partners in the field to ensure successful implementation of the SQL Server database platform. He works with many resources including support, field and community to understand the product usage and get feedback from the engagements to drive improvements in the product. He has in-depth technical knowledge and experience of the SQL Server product spanning 10 versions of SQL Server including the latest release.