By DAVE BERMINGHAM From an IT perspective, ensuring business continuity involves much more than building out a disaster recovery infrastructure at a geographically remote site. That’s the obvious part. What’s less obvious—and far more important—is the need to understand and address the underlying expectations about SQL Server availability that inform the broader notion of business continuity. Organizational leadership needs to examine and determine what constitutes acceptable SQL Server availability goals before IT can effectively deploy a solution designed to meet those goals. That involves a lot of hard questions: What level of SQL Server availability does the organization really require?…
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