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 Author Samuel Betts  Views 1226 View Original Article

SQL Server 2014 is out bringing with it enhanced AlwaysOn clustering, and is indeed already supported by SharePoint 2013 past SP1. Some new benefits in SQL Server 2014 are the reliability improvements for when connectivity is lost between nodes and also the ability to add a SQL Server instance hosted in Azure into the replica set for the ultimate off-site backup of your farms’ databases. Both of these upgrades are excellent news if you have to keep SharePoint safe; SQL Server is now more resilie…
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