It’s the feature with all the buzz – I’ve blogged about why AlwaysOn is so cool, Kendra’s showed you how to set up a lab, and I’ve given you a screenshot tour of the setup. You’re ready to get your feet wet, but…
You’re faced with a bewildering array of options and new terms. Should all the databases be in one availability group? What service accounts and IP addresses will you need? How will failover work? In this video, I’ll get you started with a simple checklist of things to consider before deploying your first SQL Server 2012 instance:
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For more, check out our resources page at BrentOzar.com/go/alwayson. It includes the first version of our brand-spankin’ new AlwaysOn Availability Groups Setup Checklist PDF – a six-page doc to get you started with the details of planning, Windows configuration, and SQL Server setup required. Enjoy!