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Deep Dive and beginner learning for Windows Server

Deep Dive and beginner learning for Windows Server

Are you looking for some deep dive or beginner's content to learn more about Windows Server? Are you looking to learn more about Hyper-V and Virtualization, file server and storage management, Windows Server high availability, how to use Active Directory, ... continue reading

Hybrid Disaster Recovery Scenarios for SQL Server | Data Exposed

In the conclusion to this two-part series with Allan Hirt, learn how Azure can be used to create disaster recovery solutions for your on premises Microsoft SQL Server instances and databases through the use of built-in availability features of SQL ... continue reading
Failover Clustering Networking Basics and Fundamentals

Failover Clustering Networking Basics and Fundamentals

My name is John Marlin and I am with the High Availability and Storage Team here and today I want to talk about Failover Clustering and Networking. Networking is a fundamental key with Failover Clustering that sometimes is overlooked but ... continue reading
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Disaster Recovery in the next version of Azure Stack HCI

Disaster can hit at any time. When thinking about disaster and recovery, I think of 3 things Be prepared Plan on not involving humans Automatic, not automated Having a good strategy is a must. You want to be able to ... continue reading
Windows Admin Center and Azure VM Deployment: You Got Chocolate in my Peanut Butter!

Windows Admin Center and Azure VM Deployment: You Got Chocolate in my Peanut Butter!

Hi folks, Ned Pyle here to detail the ability Windows Admin Center’s new ability to create hybrid workload Azure VMs on the fly, a great time saver option for customers. This is available right now if you download build 1910 ... continue reading
Storage Replica & Azure VMs: Hybrid Cloud DR on the Fly

Storage Replica & Azure VMs: Hybrid Cloud DR on the Fly

Hi folks, Ned Pyle guest-posting today about Storage Replica and Windows Admin Center’s new ability to create partnerships to Azure on the fly, a great option for customers who don’t have a secondary disaster protection site. This is available right ... continue reading
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Disaster Recovery with Azure Stack HCI in next version Windows Server LTSC

Disaster can hit at any time. When thinking about disaster and recovery, I think of 3 things Be prepared Plan on not involving humans Automatic, not automated Having a good strategy is a must. You want to be able to ... continue reading

Failover Clustering @ Ignite 2016

First published on MSDN on Sep 23, 2016 I am packing my bags getting ready for Ignite 2016 in Atlanta, and I thought I would post all the cluster and related sessions you might want to check out. See you ... continue reading

Troubleshooting Hangs Using Live Dump

First published on MSDN on Mar 02, 2016 In this blog post https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/clustering/2014/12/08/troubleshooting-cluster-shared-volume-auto-pauses-event-5120/ we discussed what a Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV) event ID 5120 means, and how to troubleshoot it. In particular, we discussed the reason for auto-pause due to ... continue reading

Failover Clustering Sessions @ Ignite 2015 in Chicago

First published on MSDN on Apr 30, 2015 If you are going to Ignite 2015 in Chicago next week, here are the cluster related sessions you might want to check out. We'll be talking about some exciting new enhancements coming ... continue reading