Hey there everyone – The series has completed and I know that many of you struggled to get access to the surveys… Microsoft has asked me to post links to the surveys…so, for completeness, I decided to create this blog entry to have links for every session, every blog link (resources, demo scripts, etc.) and the survey links. I really did have a lot of fun on the series and I hope we can do this again!

TechNet Webcast Series

Session 1: A Fast-Paced Feature Overview and Series Introduction (Level 200)
   Presenter: Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com, 
   Session's corresponding blog entry is here
   Session's survey is here.

Session 2: Security (Level 200)
   Presenter: Bob Beauchemin, SQLskills.com, 
   Session's corresponding blog entry is here
   Session's survey is here.

Session 3: Understanding Installation Options and Initial Configuration (Level 200)
   Presenter: Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com, 
   Session's corresponding blog entry is here
   Session's survey is here.

Session 4: Upgrade Considerations and Migration Paths (Level 200)
   Presenter: Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com, 
   Session's corresponding blog entry is here
   Session's survey is here.

Session 5: Effective Use of the New Management Tools (Level 200)
   Presenter: Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com, 
   Session's corresponding blog entry is here
   Session's survey is here.

Session 6: New Application Design Patterns for Scalability and Availability and the Operational Implications of Service Broker (Level 200)   
   Presenter: Bob Beauchemin, SQLskills.com, 
   Session's corresponding blog entry is here
   Session's survey is here.

Session 7: Technologies and Features to Improve Availability (Level 200)
   Presenter: Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com, 
   Session's corresponding blog entry is here
   Session's survey is here.

Session 8: Implementing Database Mirroring, Part 1 of 2 (Level 200)
   Presenter: Mark Wistrom, SQL Server Program Manager – Microsoft Corp., 
   Session's corresponding blog entry is here
   Session's survey is here.

Session 9: Implementing Database Mirroring, Part 2 of 2 (Level 200)
   Presenter: Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com, 
   Session's corresponding blog entry is here
   Session's survey is here.

Session 10: Recovering from Isolated Disasters and Human Error (Level 200)
   Presenter: Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com, 
   Session's corresponding blog entry here. And a second blog entry here.
   Session's survey is here.

Session 11: Best Practices in Building Robust, Recoverable, and Reliable Systems (Level 200)
   Presenter: Kimberly L. Tripp, SQLskills.com, 
   Session's corresponding blog entry here.
   Session's survey is here.

And that's about it! I hope you really enjoy the series… and if you like that one, you might want to checkout the entire 10-part series on MSDN. The link to the blog entry that has all the links (like this one) is here.

Have fun,
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