I have a moment to get the final post of this series finished (see my author page for parts 1-5). We went through the basic process of creating Windows Failover Clusters and adding SQL or other Generic Services to a Windows Failover Cluster. Everything that we did in the series so far was done in
Finally, here is Part 5 of the Windows Clustering series that we have been working through. I’ve been working on some other things and took a brief vacation so it’s a bit overdue, but better late than never, right? To recap, the previous parts were as follows: Part 1 – Using iSCSI to Connect to
John DeVito
Monday, 08 September 2014 / Published in 1E Services and Consulting, Insidev1ew, Uncategorized, Windows Server
Here we are again, delving further into Windows Failover Clusters. This series has been following the construction of a Windows cluster and in this installment we’re going to layer SQL Server onto the Failover Cluster that we built in Part 3. The first two parts of the series covered Using iSCSI to Connect to Shared
If you’re reading this third part of the Creating a Windows Cluster series, welcome back! In the first two installments of the series we covered Using iSCSI to Connect to Shared Storage in Part 1 and Configuring Shared Disk in the OS in Part 2. Now we are at the point where things are ready
Continuing along from the previous installment of this series (Using iSCSI to connect to Shared Storage) we’ll take a look at configuring the disks you have attached to your prospective cluster nodes. In the previous article we used one of several methods for connecting to shared storage. Regardless of the method employed, you will continue
I have been involved in creating High Availability solutions for our NightWatchman Enterprise products and as part of that work have recently worked with Windows Failover Clustering and NLB clustering in Windows Server 2012. I thought it might be good to share my experiences with implementing these technologies. I’ve built multi-node failover clusters for SQL
Andrew Levey
Monday, 11 March 2013 / Published in 1E News, Nomad, Products, SCCM, Uncategorized, Windows 8, Windows Server
Nomad Report showing graph of network utilization through stacking what nomad is downloading from DP, Peers and multicast
We are pleased to announce that support for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1 with Nomad 2012 is now complete and a new maintenance release of Nomad 2012 is now available on the 1E Support portal, which we would encourage our customers to download. This release also provides support for Windows 8 and Windows Server