sponsored by SIOS Technology Corp
Posted:  11 Feb 2014
Published:  31 Dec 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

SQL Server deployments can only deliver their full value if they’re resilient to failures – and while clustering the instance of SQL Server is a popular approach, deploying a failover cluster instance (FCI) architecture requires pricy shared storage for data files and backups.

This resource introduces an alternative to storage area networks (SANs) that provides the availability benefit of an FCI for your SQL Server database.

Read on now to learn how you can achieve the protection you need – without having to deal with the complexity or expense of traditional shared storage.

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