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Welcome to the last day of Community Service week for SQL University. Before we get started, I’d like to say it has been nothing short of a pleasure writing the last two weeks for SQL University. All of the discussions and topics we a lot of fun to go over and I’m looking forward to hearing from everyone how they were able to use them. Don’t forget to pass SQL University and the community itself on to the person to your side that may not be aware of them. Let’s keep building this community together!
SQL University is one of the greatest concepts I've seen in the SQL Community. Thanks to Jorge for coming up with it and organizing it. Today we are going to talk about something dear and close to the concept of SQL University. Blogging! Blogs are an important part of the concept of SQL University. With them we can easily bring this wealth of knowledge in the course syllabus format with writers from the SQL Community in a vast geographical range and range of expertise.
We're devoting an entire class to technical forums this week. Forums have been around as long as most of the online community services have been. They offer (mostly) unsolicited help at (mostly) no charge to the person requesting the help. The word mostly worked its way into that last statement quite a bit. There are resources out there that will allow the solicitation of the members and will charge for help. This class is not going to discuss any of those services. Why? Because we are discussing the SQL community and this community truly puts itself out in front of everyone in need wit...
Realistically, 100% is unachievable given the nature of computing. There are needs for a SQL Server and Windows Server to be rebooted at least once a year. This is to allow for updates on both SQL Server and Windows to be maintained. So the ranking method we use for measuring high availability is the "nines" scale. The five nines is a goal that most database administrators and teams set for their standards. The five nines level is a height of availability that is truly an achievement and one to be proud of.
The recess bell just rang for SQL University HA / DR classrooms. While all of the SQL kiddies are running around the playground and playing with the things they have learned over this semester, the chalkboard is going to get a workout so when they get back, they can take the notes they slacked on earlier.