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Benefits of using SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups for Virtual Environment & Veeam

Ali Salman, EMEA Solutions Architect, Veeam Software

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Published: December, 2016

SQL AlwaysOn Availability meets Veeam® Availability for the Always-On Enterprise®.

Virtualization provides agility and flexibility so businesses can achieve an Always-On Enterprise™. As part of the virtualization strategy, enterprisers are virtualizing their mission critical applications.Enterprise-level companies commonly use Microsoft SQL platform for their Tier 1 applications and this platform is frequently operated on VMware and Hyper-V environments.

For the AlwaysOn Availability of SQL database, organizations have the following choices:

  • Microsoft SQL Failover Cluster
  • Microsoft SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups

To learn more, read the whitepaper Benefits of using SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups for Virtual Environment & Veeam.

SQL AlwaysOn Availability meets Veeam® Availability for the Always-On Enterprise®.

Virtualization provides agility and flexibility so businesses can achieve an Always-On Enterprise™. As part of the virtualization strategy, enterprisers are virtualizing their mission critical applications.Enterprise-level companies commonly use Microsoft SQL platform for their Tier 1 applications and this platform is frequently operated on VMware and Hyper-V environments.

For the AlwaysOn Availability of SQL database, organizations have the following choices:

  • Microsoft SQL Failover Cluster
  • Microsoft SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups

To learn more, read the whitepaper Benefits of using SQL AlwaysOn Availability Groups for Virtual Environment & Veeam.

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