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1. SQL Features and Benefits
April 29, 2013

Administrating databases is important for businesses as it supports their computer files. Database administration requires constant management and maintenance. Hire a professional SQL specialist, like dbaservices.com.au, to help you setup, configure, and upkeep your server infrastructures. Structure Query Language (SQL) is a database computer language used to query, retrieve, and manipulate data. Read on to know its benefits and potential for future enhancements, as it continues to be a leading database management tool in the computer industry. Replication Replication is a tec... (read more)

Author: theresa carr

2. SQL Features and Benefits
April 29, 2013

Administrating databases is important for businesses as it supports their computer files. Database administration requires constant management and maintenance. Hire a professional SQL specialist, like dbaservices.com.au, to help you setup, configure, and upkeep your server infrastructures. Structure Query Language (SQL) is a database computer language used to query, retrieve, and manipulate data. Read on to know its benefits and potential for future enhancements, as it continues to be a leading database management tool in the computer industry. Replication Replication is a tec... (read more)

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3. SQL Features and Benefits
April 29, 2013

Administrating databases is important for businesses as it supports their computer files. Database administration requires constant management and maintenance. Hire a professional SQL specialist, like dbaservices.com.au, to help you setup, configure, and upkeep your server infrastructures. Structure Query Language (SQL) is a database computer language used to query, retrieve, and manipulate data. Read on to know its benefits and potential for future enhancements, as it continues to be a leading database management tool in the computer industry. Replication Replication is a tech... (read more)

Author: martha smith

4. 70-458 VCE Questions and Answers
March 04, 2013

Exam 70-458 book :Transition Your MCTS on SQL Server 2008 to MCSA: SQL Server 2012, Part 2 Implement High Availability Implement AlwaysOn. This objective may include but is not limited to: implement a mirroring solution using AlwaysOn; failover Implement database mirroring. This objective may include but is not limited to: set up mirroring; monitor the performance of database mirroring Implement replication. This objective may include but is not limited to: troubleshoot replication problems; identify appropriate replication strategy Exam4actual MCITP 70-458... (read more)

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5. Six Backup Practices to Give Up for the New Year
December 22, 2011

According to Don Jones, in his The Definitive Guide to Windows Application and Server Backup 2.0, the first step in any healing process is admitting your mistakes, and these may include your current backup practices. Don suggests six things an IT professional should be willing to reject to provide better backups and surer recoveries: Point-in-time backups? “Horrible,” he intones. “You’re always going to lose some data if you have to rely on point-in-time backups, and who wants to lose data?”  He suggests that continuous backups deliver far more flexibility, involve a lower loss risk, and, a... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

6. 70TB Tapes In a Disk-Based World
December 22, 2011

Robin Harris – of ZDNet’s Storage Bits blog – had an article almost two years ago about a new 70TB tape demonstrated by IBM and Fujifilm. Robin’s title captured an increasing number of people’s sentiment about this story precisely – “too much, too late.” While I’ll admit that the geek in me loves the idea of any single piece of storage medium that can store 70TB of compressed data, the fact that its magnetic tape constrains its practical application pretty dramatically, save for long-term file and folder archiving. Its retirement is well-e... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

7. Disaster Planning Evolves With the Rise of Disk-based Backups
December 20, 2011

Surveys of small and medium-size companies indicate this: for an increasing number of mission-critical applications, recoveries that stretch into hours can impact business revenues just as badly as recoveries that – just a few years ago – took a day or more.  The need for faster recoveries has risen following server-room restructurings where administrators deploying new virtual machines and they worry about backing them up with the same comprehensive solution they previously applied to backing up physical machines. The potential for a failed disaster recovery is increased whe... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

8. Backup and Recovery: Can One Size Fit All?
December 07, 2011

IT environments are the definition of diversity. Now consider the diversity that exists within the walls of your datacenter. How many types of hardware and how many lines of code exist?  In this environment one sees servers of all different flavors, some physical, some virtual. Applications abound in copious quantity, with a medley of supporting databases. Data protection requirements are diverse. The IT professional is expected to restore entire computers just as efficiently and quickly as folders, database rows and Exchange emails as fast as Excel spreadsheets. In addition, all of the a... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

9. The Future of Backup: Three Observations
December 07, 2011

Data reported by many sources shows that the economy is regaining its footing and it is just a matter of time when investments in IT products and services will increase. As organizations aggressively virtualize servers, backup becomes increasingly problematic. The benefits of higher server utilization and increased efficiency have a challenging side-effect, namely reducing the amount of physical resources available for CPU-intensive applications like backup. The result is that backup windows are tightening in many shops, and users are forced to sacrifice recovery point objectives (RPO) or dep... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

10. How the Virtual Machine Evolved
December 01, 2011

The hottest thing in data centers right now is virtualization. The new technology enables you to run several operating systems within a single physical environment, giving you essentially two or more servers in one. Why should you go to virtualization? The standard way for data processing was one application, one server. This way, you made sure your applications ran in a clean environment, and one application didn’t impact another. If a problem developed, it was easy to debug and fix. This works fine except for the fact that with today’s modern computers, you end up using a small... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

11. 7 Reasons Why A Virtual Machine Is a Better Choice
December 01, 2011

You’re probably familiar with the usual benefits of virtual machines—less rack space, smaller data centers and green initiatives. Here are a few other less touted advantages worthy of mention:   1. Safe sandbox. Creating a second operating system on your computer lets you do things you normally wouldn’t be able to do on a regular system. For instance, virtual machines let you test scenarios and new applications before global deployments. If your operating crashes or becomes instable, it won’t impact other virtual servers on the same machine.   2. Rapid provi... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

12. When Your Server Is Sunk: Lessons in Bare Metal Recovery
December 01, 2011

It’s a fact of life—disasters happen. Think about this scenario: Let’s assume the river next to your office rises and floods your building. Not only is your carpet ruined, but your primary server has spent hours below murky flood waters. Your server is a complete loss—a year’s worth of your company’s data has been wiped out. Luckily, you made a full backup of everything on your server, so all you need to do is retrieve the backups and restore them, right? Hopefully, it will be easy to get things back up and running in no time. But then again, it may be mo... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

13. VM Backup: A Lot More Than Meets the Eye
November 24, 2011

Virtual machines are convenient and useful, but they require backing up just as any physical machine would require. A VM backup is more complicated than the physical machine backup because of the virtual nature of the data. Working on the recovery system requires the use of special features and techniques designed for the virtual environment of the information. Wasting Time and Resources If you backup and restore VMs like physical machines there is a waste of time and resources that are better used elsewhere. Virtualization in the data center is notably different. Once virtualization is impl... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

14. What to do when A Disaster Happens
November 21, 2011

It’s a fact of life—disasters happen. Think about this scenario: Let’s assume a catastrophe happens and the river next to your office rises and floods your office building. Not only is your carpet ruined, but your primary server has spent hours below murky flood waters. Your server is a completely loss— a year’s worth of your company’s data has been wiped out. Lucky for you, you made a full backup of everything on your hard drive, so all you need to do is retrieve the backups and restore them, right? It should be easy to get things back up and running agai... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

15. Preparing for the Bare Metal Restore Showdown
November 18, 2011

Let’s assume a catastrophe happens. The river rises and your office building floods. Not only do you have to replace all the carpet, but you have completely lost your entire server, the hard drive, the case, everything. You have an entire year worth of work on that computer and trying to recreate everything from scratch will probably cost you half your business, so you need to move fast and restore everything. Lucky for you, you made a full tape backup of everything on your server hard drive, so all you need to do is retrieve the tape from your service bureau. It should be easy to get t... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

16. Reducing Backup Size - Keeping Your Data Contained and Safe
November 18, 2011

Companies are drowning in data. Each year, most companies are seeing significant increases in the amount of data they need to store. Before you know it, your backup storage repositories can fill up, forcing you to make the hard decisions: Do you purchase more storage? -          In today’s age of tight budgets, many IT organizations simply cannot afford to purchase additional storage. Do you delete older data that you currently store, freeing up more storage space? -          This is not an opti... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

17. Why You Want to Virtualize Your Network Environment
November 15, 2011

In a networked environment, the old school way is to run each application independently on its own server. This ensures applications reside quietly in their own little space, and problems, when they do occur, are easy to pin point. It is a great game plan except for this: You end up using only about 10-20 percent of CPU power and storage capacity of today’s computers. The result is hardware overkill. Imagine if you will, an ever expanding data center with racks and racks of servers, consuming vast amounts of power and generating a lot of heat. Enter virtualization, a process by which s... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

18. What Happens When You Don't Have 7 Hours to Backup Your Data?
November 15, 2011

Here’s the scenario: You are running a mission critical application. Finding the time to do a traditional bare-metal backup equates to seven hours of downtime once a week (or more often) probably at some inhuman hour of the day like 3am Saturday morning. And if something goes wrong, you risk losing up to a week’s worth of data back the point of your last backup. It is a recipe for disaster. Better identify a new backup solution quick, one that will minimize your recovery point objective (RPO), the amount of work you are willing to sacrifice in the event of a disaster, and your rec... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

19. How to Boost Your Data Recovery Confidence
November 15, 2011

Backup software vendors are fond of saying “It’s all about the recovery.” It’s true that recovery is a critical part of data protection. While no one is watching over your shoulder while you are doing the backup, you can be sure everyone is watching during the recovery, which is why it is so important that things go well. But in order to be confident that things will go well, you have to know from the beginning that you are recovering viable data. Thus, a critical step in the backup process is verifying the data. Yet, this is one area where legacy backup solutions ofte... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

20. Keeping Virtual Machines Safe and Backed Up
November 11, 2011

Keeping virtual machines running smoothly has its challenges, but a well-defined virtual machine backup plan guarantees a resilient and secure system that keeps your data and virtual machine configurations safe. You can accomplish these goals through a combination of snapshots, backup agents and best practices. Snapshots and backup agents One amazing feature of virtual machines technology is the ability to take a snapshot of an entire machine at any point of time. You can take a snapshot while the machine is live and running programs and use it later to roll back your virtual machine to its ... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

21. Planning and Implementing a VMware Disaster Recovery Plan
November 09, 2011

The importance of disaster recovery planning is greatly underestimated by many companies. Regardless of the size or complexity of your business, technology and data play key roles in keeping a business profitable. Successful VMware disaster recovery plans have their own unique set of surprises and pitfalls. Companies spend a lot of capital on infrastructure hardware. However, when correctly configured, this technology can make the difference in recovering quickly from a disaster or suffering financial and reputational impacts. Let’s take a look at the first two steps in creating a VMwa... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

22. Backup And Recovery for Microsoft Windows 2008 Server
October 26, 2011

It is critical for your company’s data protection strategy that you backup Microsoft Windows 2008 Server data regularly and then you do not risk losing important information. Backup and recovery help you mitigate the risk of catastrophic loss of your data. If you correctly perform your Microsoft Windows Server backup processes multiple time per day then you have nothing to fear in case the servers crash and data is lost through some processing problems, hardware failure or some glitch. Microsoft Windows servers frequently store invaluable information and it is important to have a reliable back... (read more)

Author: George Gaudi

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