Baya Pavliashvili

Baya
Pavliashvili

Baya Pavliashvili is a DBA manager with HealthStream, a leading provider of e-learning solutions for the healthcare industry. Baya was the president of the Nashville Users Group (2000-2002) and his primary areas of expertise include data warehousing, replication, and performance tuning. In addition to writing many technical articles, he has contributed to several books, including Beginning SQL Server DBA: From Novie to Professional (Apress, 2004).

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Two-Way Replication with SQL Server 7.0 4
With SQL Server 7.0's immediate-updating subscription feature, not only can you can replicate changes from a Publisher to Subscribers, but you can replicate changes on the Subscribers back to the Publisher.
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 2: Putting AlwaysOn into Context

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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 1: Introduction

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