Clustering SQL Server still vexes many in one way or another. For some, it is even worse now that both AlwaysOn features - clustered instances (FCIs) and availability groups (AGs) - require an underlying Windows Server Failover Cluster. Storage, Networking, Active Directory quorum, and more are topics that come up quite often. Learn from one of the world's experts on clustering SQL Server, Some of the most important items, both good and bad - that you need to do to be sucessful whether you are creating an FCI, AG, or combining both together in one solution.
About the Speaker
SQLHA founder, Microsoft Cluster MVP, and SQL Server mission critical expert Allan Hirt is a consultant, published author, speaker, and trainer who has been using Microsoft SQL Server in various guises since 1992 since interning at Sybase in college. Based in the Boston, MA area, he travels all of the world to work with and train clients. Allan is currently working on the book Mission Critical SQLServer.
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