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Availability Groups are a new feature of SQL Server 2012 that provide continuous data synchronization, automatic failover and secondary read access for one or many SQL Server databases.

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My understanding is that HA can be achieved using either of the below and my concern was which IP address should client applications use when connecting to SQL Server: Failover Clustering: For this …
asked Oct 11 '18 by variable
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I have some concerns over my understanding of SQL Server Always On. Kindly can you correct me (conceptually) where needed: Always On Clustering and Always On Availability Groups are 2 separate conce …
asked Oct 9 '18 by variable
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In clustering you specify DNS name/IP address of cluster that is then used by all applications. In case of failover, the same DNS name/IP address will point to the appropriate database server. In Alw …
asked Oct 9 '18 by variable
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Let's says we have 2 nodes (N1, N2) clustered (say C1) on-site. And an Always On AG is configured between this cluster C1 and a new SQL server instance N3 (N3 is off-site). Now, if there is a problem …
asked Oct 10 '18 by variable