SQL SERVER – Technical Reference Guides for Designing Mission-Critical Solutions – A Must Read

Yesterday I was reading architecture reference material helping my friend who was looking for material in this respect. While working together we were searching twitter, facebook and search engines to find relevant material.While searching online we end up on very interactive reference point. Once I send the same to him, he replied he may not need anything more after referencing this material.

The best part of this article was it gives access to various aspect of the technology of the image map.

Here is the abstract of the original article from the site:

The Technical Reference Guides for Designing Mission-Critical Solutions provide planning and architecture guidance for various mission-critical workloads deployed by users. These guides reflect the knowledge gained by Microsoft while working with customers on mission-critical deployments. Each guide provides not only the key technical concepts and information helpful for design, but also “lessons learned,” best practices, and references to customer case studies.

Once you click on any of the desired topic, you will see further detailed image map of the selected topic.

Personally once I ended up on this site, I was there for more than 2 hours clicking through various links.

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Read more here: Technical Reference Guides for Designing Mission-Critical Solutions

Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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One thought on “SQL SERVER – Technical Reference Guides for Designing Mission-Critical Solutions – A Must Read

  1. Hello Pinal Dave,

    I have been facing an issue since long time with the restoration of the file groups. I have tried numerous times to restore a file group from a backup but the database always goes into recovery mode.

    Could you please help me in this regards.

    Suman

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