Availability groups (AG’s) is one of my favorite features of SQL Server, despite some DBA’s catalogue them as “too complex” to implement, configure, manage and maintain … I just love AG’s. There is no question that AG’s are a very powerful high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) solution, but as any software product eventually will have some issues but nothing is impossible to solve with a little bit of research.
The error message 19405 is a very common “issue” when configuring AG’s for a Failover Cluster instance (FCI) .
I’m very happy to announce that for the very first time I will be participating as speaker in the 24 hours of PASS event.
This specific instance of 24 hours of PASS is a little bit special, because PASS is celebrating 20 years of educating data professionals, they are dedicating 24 hours to hearing how new speakers plan to take their data estate forward and prepare for the next 20 years; as well as getting the perspective of a few long-standing PASS members on the fundamentals they have seen stand the test of time.
Here are the details of the session I will be presenting on April 04th: