Is Azure SQL highly available? Spoiler alert… Yes, Azure SQL has automated high availability.
Discover how disks, networks, servers, and Storage Bricks play a part in designing a SOFS in part 2 of this series.
WWMSD? Ever wonder how Microsoft would design a SOFS for storage over SMB 3.0 networking with transparent failover? Find out more in part 1 of this series.
Are you down with CSV? Find out more about Cluster Shared Volume (CSV) and learn to create one in this introduction.
Got a handle on cluster quorums? Find out about the function of quorums in Window Server Failover Clustering in this helpful post.
Want to schedule against the cluster, instead of a per-server job? Learn about scheduled cluster tasks in WS2012 and how to implement them.
Need to validate a Windows Server failover cluster? Find out what makes a supported cluster and learn to validate a Windows Server cluster configuration.
What’s in a name? Learn to standardize the naming of Windows failover cluster components in this helpful how-to article.
Building a Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V cluster? Not so fast, friend. Learn about what you need to build that cluster in this article.
In this article, learn how redirected I/O has changed in Windows Server 2012/R2, and how you can control what networks it is used on.