Windows High AvailabilityA great whitepaper giving you a high level overview of Microsoft's High Availability
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White Paper. Creating a high-availability solution requires good design, planning, training, operational discipline, and
ongoing preventative maintenance. Applying a structured operations methodology results in a foundation for building and
maintaining highly available solutions. Using appropriate high quality and redundant hardware provides the proper infrastructure.
Lastly, deploying software with redundancy, such as Windows failover clustering or network load balancing (NLB), can help you
protect and recover from a variety of hardware and software failures.
Published : 2014-01-30.
Last updated : 2017-05-02.
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