Month: March 2014

Getting Started with Azure Hybrid Models—Point to Site Networking

I’ve done several presentations on hybrid disaster recovery (DR) using SQL Server and Windows Azure, and configuring the network has been a headache every time. Some SQL DR methods do not require a direct network connection (log shipping, mirroring, backups) and mat be secured using certificates for encyption, more advanced configurations require a VPN connection. […]

Into the Blue—Building DR in Windows Azure

Tomorrow (at 1300 EDT/1800 GMT), I’ll be presenting to the SQL Pass High Availability and Disaster Recovery VC on one my favorite topics of late—building disaster recovery from your data center into Windows Azure Infrastructure as a Service. You can register for the session here. While I’m not screaming “cloud, cloud, cloud” from the rooftops, […]