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Learning Always On

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Always On is the name given to a suite of technologies that provide high availability and disaster recovery capabilities for SQL Server systems. There are a number of different technologies included under the Always On moniker, including Failover Cluster Instances (FCI), and Availability Groups (AG).

We have included a number of links that can help you learn more about the Always On suite of technologies, broken out by SQL Server version where applicable. 

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SQL Server 2016

SQL Server 2014

SQL Server 2012

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