SQL Server Disaster Recovery and High Availability

If you're looking to protect your data, solutions, and customers from costly outages, you've come to the right place.

Backups and Disaster Recovery

I have extensive experience with SQL Server backups, recovery, and disaster prevention.

As a former production DBA and as a consultant I've gained significant experience with SQL Server backups, recovery, and disaster recovery. I've written numerous articles and blog posts and presented numerous times on core concerns and best practices numerous times, and I've also created a whole series of free SQL Server video tutorials that outline core concepts and best practices for backups and properly addressing disaster recovery.

Database Corruption

Likewise, if you need help learning how to address and correct problems with database corruption (in all forms), then contact me to find out how I can help.

SQL Server Audits

Standard Audits feature an option to setup basic backup automation and guidance for implementing a disaster recovery plan.

However, if you need additional help with guidance, testing, or best practices for addressing mission-critical, custom, or complex disaster recovery needs, then contact me for help.

High Availability

If you're looking to increase availability (either to increase access to your data or to take a more pro-active approach to dealing with disaster), you've come to the right place.

I've architected, designed, and maintained real-world High-Availability solutions, written articles, and regularly presented on options, pitfalls, and best practices for achieving optimal high availability solutions that balance data protection needs against the realities of the costs involved.

If you're looking to optimize data protection and want to make sure you're not paying too much to do so or haven't overlooked something critical or important, contact me for a free consultation to double-check your needs at a high-level.

Get Help

Contact SQL Server Audits today to make sure you're on the right track, not missing something critical, or to discuss ways you can better protect your data and ensure better business continuity.