Remko de Boer


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Grouped Failover, a 2008R2 version of Availability Groups

One of the new cool features in SQL 2012 is the SQL Server Availability groups. In other words being able to failover a group of databases which are logically connected. i.e. SharePoint databases. Well, it is also possible to do that in SQL 2008 (R2). It’s called a Grouped Failover.

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2013-01-24 (first published: )

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