Posted by Hemantgiri S. Goswami | Posted in Scripts, SQL DBA, Uncategorized | Posted on 31-01-2011
We all take a database backup as a first resort to recover from a damage may occur during the disaster, server crash, or for any other reason. To do so, we usually schedule a job or make use of database maintenance plan that perform database backup, be it Full / Differential or Log, and we all take a special care & consideration while designing the backup strategy!!
But what happened if one fine day when you need your database backup file to work well and it doesn’t?? What if it is corrupted!! And you have only a Full backup for that day?
I have no words to explain my excitement and happiness to share news with you all – my book on SQL Server 2008 High Availability is published!!
I have started authoring this book in May 2010 and as the time passes and gradually I move to the final chapter of the book, I was feeling like aha finally it is done!!! – Do you think so, it was this easy? No, every publication house has their own set of rules to be followed while authoring a book and a process to be followed before the chapter or entire book is ready to be published i.e. 1st edit, 2nd edit of the chapter until final edit and the Packt Publication is no exception.
Posted by Hemantgiri S. Goswami | Posted in SQL DBA | Posted on 20-01-2011
Couple of months back I have wrote a blog article about the availability of Microsoft SQL Server Developer Training Kit which is very helpful resource for the SQL Server Developers, trainers and professionals to understand the improvements comes with the release of SQL Server 2008.
Recently, 18th January 2011 Microsoft has released the updated version of Microsoft SQL Server Developer Training Kit which has