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Server cluster is one of the clustering technologies; it is use for the improvement of the PC's performance; cluster use for the high performance of computing system. It is based o...
John Joyner points out the new things in Microsoft's latest release of the System Center.
John Joyner explains how to deploy SQL Server AlwaysOn in a failover cluster without shared storage to achieve high availability SQL.
John Joyner demonstrates how to deploy two Windows Server 2012 VMs in a high available DA server configuration.
Deb Shinder gathers the information you need to make the right deploy decision when applying Microsoft's October 2012 patches in your organization.
An Efficient Approach for Avoiding Down Time of Production Data Base Server in Active/Passive Windows Failover Clustering Environment
Modern IT department facing immense challenge is to ensure the production Server availability at all times. To avoid downtime of Production Server, High availability Solution shoul...
In this overview, Scott Lowe describes the newest and most interesting features in Windows Server 8.
Something strange happened on the way to Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona today--Microsoft quietly posted an unusual document detailing features and a product version name ...
Even in organizations that aren't considering any moves away from Microsoft, there are important decisions to be made before migrating to Exchange 2010. John Joyner presents four p...
Today's business requirements, such as high availability, business continuity, and disaster recovery, are more extensive than ever before. As Microsoft SQL Server has become a miss...