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 Author Samuel Betts  Views 807 View Original Article

When I demonstrated AlwaysOn for SharePoint Disaster Recovery setups a while ago, the SQL cluster model I setup wasn’t strictly speaking highly-available. This is because there’s no failover for SQL Servers synchronising data between both SharePoint farms. A couple of people have pointed this out now and as this is technically a potential fault, I wanted to expand on the previous design by turning the cluster design into a “super-cluster” (my own term). I wanted to build a SQL Server architectur…
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