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  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2012 RC0, A New AlwaysOn Experience

    Last week RC0 for SQL Server 2012 was released. If you missed it you can find it here: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=28145 . One area where you will find improvements or changes is AlwaysOn Availability Groups. In this post I will step through the wizard to show you the improvements...
  • Blog Post: Kerberos and AvailabilityGroups - What you need to know

    With the freshly released SQL Server 2012 we can put availability groups to live. You have seen all the demo's and now you are ready to get things going in your own datacenter. At this point you might get to a few surprises. One of these might be to get Kerberos going for your availability groups. If...
  • Blog Post: Getting HadronCore on SQL Server 2012

    One of the new features of SQL Server 2012 is AlwaysOn Availability Groups. You can think of Availability Groups as Database Mirroring on steroids. Database mirroring is only limited to one database, one secondary and if you wanted to read off it you had to create a snapshot. And in the case of a failover...
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    While visiting a customer and helping them set up AlwaysOn Availability Groups we came across a surprising "feature". On my laptop I had build a demo lab consisting of one domain controller, three Windows 2008R2 Core member servers with SQL 2012 SP1 installed and a full Windows 2008 R2 installation with...