Are AlwaysOn Availability Groups Right for You?
SQL Server 2012's hottest new feature combined the best of clustering, mirroring, and
replication to give you high availability plus scale-out reads. Does it make sense for your
database server? Brent Ozar has deployed AlwaysOn AGs in high-profile setups like
StackOverflow.com, AllRecipes.com, and Discovery Education. This session is for DBAs who
are considering implementing AlwaysOn AGs, or who are wondering why their AlwaysOn setup
is only OftenOn.
Brent Ozar loves to make SQL Server faster and more reliable. He created sp_Blitz™ and
sp_AskBrent™, coauthored Professional SQL Server 2008 Internals and Troubleshooting, and
he loves sharing knowledge at BrentOzar.com. He's a Microsoft Certified Master of SQL Server
and a Microsoft MVP.
When & Where
SQL Server Club User Group Bristol
Rachel Horder, Co-Founder and Organiser
Rachel is MCSA qualified and has worked as a software and database developer for over 18 years across a wide variety of private industries. She is currently an independent SQL Server BI Developer based in the UK.
Jon Reade, Co-Founder and Host
Jon has been a development and production SQL Server DBA for over 15 years, having previously been a Windows developer. He recently attained an Msc in Business Intelligence at Dundee University, the first course in the world of its kind.