We apply the first 5 Ds of our 7D Method to the SQL Server disaster-recovery scenario. In Part 1, we focus on Discovery and Design, and in Part 2, we'll show you how to Develop, Deploy, and maintain your SQL Server disaster-recovery plan Day-to-Day.
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