Tag: failover-clustered-instance

PostRunning a SQL Server Failover Clustered Instance on Microsoft Azure

When I started working with virtual machines on Microsoft Azure last year, one of the first test that I did was to configure SQL Server Availability Groups in a hybrid configuration. The configuration consists of a failover clustered instance on production data center for local high availability and an Availability Group replica on Microsoft Azure […]

PostUsing the Cluster Preparation Checklist for Deploying SQL Server Failover Clustered Instances and Always On Availability Groups

Failing to plan is planning to fail Designing and deploying high availability solutions takes a lot of preparation and planning. Whenever I do presentations that involve demos of creating SQL Server failover clustered instances (FCIs) and Availability Groups (AGs,) I emphasize that while the demo only takes less than 20 minutes to complete, it takes […]

PostUsing a “True” Shared Disk With SQL Server 2014 (and higher versions) and Cluster Shared Volume

One of the demos that I show when I talk about AND dependencies in a Windows Server Failover Cluster is moving a SQL Server resource group (or role as of Windows Server 2012 and higher) to a different cluster node. During the failover, I highlight that the SQL Server cluster resource will not come online until […]

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