sponsored by Marathon Technologies
Posted:  23 Oct 2009
Published:  23 Oct 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  5  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English

Today's servers play a critical role in everyday business. They serve up the applications, databases, and other important resources that keep the wheels of commerce rolling. When servers fail, user productivity is disrupted and potential business is placed at risk.

IT professionals address the dangers of unplanned server downtime by incorporating principles of resiliency and high availability into their Windows environments. In this presentation transcript of the "Windows Server Provisioning for HA" webcast, Stephen J. Bigelow summarizes some of the most important planning, configuration, and management issues for server high availability.

Topics covered include:

  • Server hardware considerations
  • Storage and network implications
  • Clustering and other best practices
  • Network monitoring and capacity planning


Clustering | Data Center Management | Data Centers | Disaster Recovery | Downtime | Grid Computing | High Availability | Network Management | Network Performance | SAN | Server Hardware | Server Management

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