Tag Archives: MSSQL

Load Balancing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 AlwaysON Databases with Netscaler

Lately I was involved in a project where they required to load balance their MSSQL databases (reads and writes), the project included utilizing MSSQL 2012 AlwaysON. In this blog I will be concentrating on the configuration required to setup Citrix Netscaler to load balance database connections, on the other hands if you’re not a fan… Read More »


Microsoft SQL Server 2012 AlwaysON Availability Group MultiSubnet Listener

I’ve been recently involved in a project where I had to transition a Microsoft SQL environment from 2008 R2 to 2012 and change from the normal SQL cluster to the new AlwaysOn availability group module. After performing the transition and we’ve up the local listener and the disaster site listener we came to an issue… Read More »


vSphere 5.0 Tip To Toe: Install SRM 5.0 and Configure vSphere Replication (The Imageless Reference)

After spending a couple of days with the company of the beloved Site Recovery Manager 5 from VMware I have a come across a fact that I really should honor this product and write something about it as it was very delightful and very exciting to work with. At all levels SRM 5 is quite… Read More »