Get the definitive reference to maximizing the availability of your critical, SQL Server 2000-based business systems. Developed by Microsoft field consultants who create and support high availability solutions every day, this practical guide explains how to plan, design, implement, and support highly available SQL Server 2000-based systems for both 32-bit and 64-bit environments. You get in-depth , end-to-end guidance ”from evaluating availability requirements and capacity planning to implementing failover clustering, log shipping, replication, system backup and restore, system recovery, and other technologies and processes. Real-world scenarios illustrate the book s best practices in action.
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About the Authors
Allan Hirt is a consultant with Microsoft consulting Services (MCS) who has worked extensively with SQL Server 2000 high availability, including designing customer solutions, developing courseware, presenting at conferences, and authoring white papers.
Cathan Cook, an MCS consultant and conference presenter, Kimberly L. Tripp, a SQL Server trainer, conference presenter, and author for SQL Server Magazine , and Frank McBath, a technologist for Microsoft who won the Microsoft Distinguished Consultant of the Year award in 2000. All these authors contributed to the Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Resource Kit .