Creating a Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Cluster

I hear you…you want your SQL, DHCP, Hyper-V or other services to be highly available for your clients or your internal users. They can be if you create a Windows Failover Cluster and configure those services in the cluster. By doing that if one of the servers crashes the other(s) one will take over, and users will never even notice. There are two types of Failover Clusters: active/active and active/passive. In the first one (active/active) all the applications or services running on the cluster can access the same resources at the same time, and in the second one the applications or services running on the cluster can access resources only from one node, the other one(s) is/are in stand-by in case the active node is fails.

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