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Building High Availability Environments for Windows Server 2008 R2


As corporate IT shops develop, deliver and grow more dependent on Web-based products and services, many are seriously considering adding failover capabilities to their Windows Server 2008 R2 servers. Whether you are a veteran Windows Server admin or deploying it for the first time, there are several key factors to consider. In this Mediacast we will cover what you need to do to get ready including: what version of Windows Server 2008 R2 to select; what software add-ons you will need based on your business objectives, such as clustering and mirroring products; and what hardware you will need to achieve optimum performance, including storage arrays. We will also take a look at what utilities you may need that will make deployment and ongoing maintenance easier, and what type of maintenance and support agreements are best for you. On the flip side, this Mediacast will cover what not to do, as well as some tips on how to keep the environment up and running when unexpected events occur.


Frank Ohlhorst Chief Analyst and Freelance Writer

Frank Ohlhorst is an IT journalist who has also served as a network administrator and applications programmer before forming his own computer consulting firm.

Dell EMC and Microsoft
22 Dec 2011

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