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Announcing SQLHAU’s Online Training, 2019 First Half Dates, and a Black Friday Sale

By: on November 21, 2018 in Availability Groups, FCI, SQLHAU, Training

Where has this year gone? It seems like it’s flown by. I’ve been on the road for the most part it seems since about mid-September with a mix of some personal, client work, and speaking engagements. However, one of the things I’ve been working on for quite some time is finally here – online training! Right now it is going to be live, instructor led but once I find some time in 2019, there will be more options. For more information on our approach to live, instructor led online training, click here.

There are seven class options/dates listed on our Events page, with a mix of US and EU/UK times. The times and all details are in each individual link on our Events page. Don’t worry – I’m eying other parts of the world for future deliveries. The seven offerings are span four different courses:

All feature our signature labs or some sort of hands on, which is something I have been doing for years when others thought labs were too much work. Yes, they are a lot of work but I know with complex topics like the availablity features, you need that hands on experience in some way, shape, or form.

To celebrate the “grand opening” of online training, we have two awesome sales you don’t want to miss: our Black Friday deal, which is 50% off everything through November 30th. If you somehow miss the Black Friday sale, all of the courses will be 30% throughout the month of December. Those who have signed up for our newsletter will get the first one in early December with a special deal, so if you haven’t signed up for some awesome content from SQLHA, what are you waiting for? Sign up today.

All sales are coded discounts which can be found in the individual links on the Event page.

If you need further justification for the classes, here’s a PDF to show why we have best-in-class offerings.

You can now stop asking me “When will you have online classes?” Go sign up for one!

If you’re in the US, have a Happy Thanksgiving if you are celebrating.

 


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