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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. 

If you find broken links or have additional suggestions for information, please leave a comment in the discussion for this article.

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