In this video, learn about the architectures behind Hyperscale, Business Critical and General Purpose service tiers, and how they affect availability of Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Managed Instance. For the full Azure SQL Fundamentals learning path on Microsoft Learn, visit: https://aka.ms/azuresqlfundamentalsyt Watch the entire series: https://aka.ms/azuresql4beginners View code on Github: https://aka.ms/asqlworkshop, select Workshop: Azure SQL Learn live: https://aka.ms/azuresqlbootcamp 0:00 Introduction 0:14 General Purpose High Availability 2:50 Business Critical High Availability 5:00 Hyperscale High Availability 7:44 SqlServr Fun Fact ? Follow Azure SQL on Twitter: https://aka.ms/msftazuresqltw ? Subscribe to our channels for even more tips: Microsoft Developer: https://aka.ms/msftdeveloperyt Microsoft Azure SQL: https://aka.ms/msftazuresqlyt ✔️ Additional Resources: Azure SQL documentation: https://aka.ms/azuresqldocumentation Get expert advice on Azure SQL Database with detailed guidance on migration and how to modernize your applications: https://aka.ms/AzureSQLDBAdmin Learn the benefits of transforming your on-premises databases to the cloud database technologies available with Azure SQL: https://aka.ms/DBAHandbook
Azure SQL High Availability by Service Tier | Azure SQL for beginners (Ep. 48) Print
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