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SPECIAL EXCERPT Complete book available Spring 2012

SQL Server


Code Name “Denali”

Ross Mistry and Stacia Misner

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About the Authors

Ross Mistry is a Principal Enterprise Architect with Microsoft, working out of the Microsoft Technology Center inSilicon Valley. He designs solutions for Microsoft largest customers and specializes in SQL Server high availability, appliances, consolidation, virtualization, and private cloud. Ross is also an author, community champion, and seasoned architect. He has a tremendous amount of experience designing and deploying technology solutions for Internet startups and fortune 100 organ­ izations locatedin the Silicon Valley. He is known in the world-wide community for his expertise in SQL Server, Windows, Exchange, Virtualization, and Private Cloud. Ross frequently speaks at technology conferences around the world and has published many books, whitepapers, and magazine articles. His recent books include Introducing SQL Server 2008 R2 (Microsoft Press), Windows Server 2008 R2 Un­ leashed(SAMS) and SQL Server 2008 Management and Administration (SAMS). You can follow him on Twitter @RossMistry.

Stacia Misner is a consultant, educator, mentor, and author specializing in Business Intelligence solu­ tions since 1999. During that time, she has authored or co-authored multiple books about BI. Stacia provides consulting and custom education services through Data Inspirations andspeaks frequently at conferences serving the SQL Server community. She writes about her experiences with BI at blog.datainspirations.com, and tweets as @StaciaMisner.

CHAPTER 2 High Availability and Disaster Recovery Enhancements 1

SQL Server AlwaysOn: An Integrated Solution...........................................................................1
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