Download Article – Configuring High Availability for Windows Server 2008


Configuring High Availability for Windows Server 2008 Environments

System downtime can be very expensive in terms of lost revenue and reputation. Today’s global markets mean we need our systems to be available at the times our customers want to use them. The Realtime Nexus Publishers announce the release of The Essentials Series: Configuring High Availability for Windows Server 2008 Environments, authored by industry expert Richard Siddaway. In this excellent new series, you will learn what is meant by high availability, why it is needed, and its relationship to disaster recovery. 

In this series, you will  learn about advances in the failover clustering included with Windows Server 2008, as well as the latest non-native technologies used for Windows Server high availability, such as data replication, virtualization, application-controlled high availability, and synchronized systems.

This complete series is available for download and includes the following articles:

  1. The Art of High Availability
  2. Windows Server 2008 Native Technologies
  3. Non-Native Options for High Availability

You can download the Complete Series here – Click Here

(Courtesy: Realtime Nexus Windows Administration Alerts)