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  • Blog Post: Understanding Quorum in a Failover Cluster

    Hi Cluster Fans, This blog post will clarify planning considerations around quorum in a Failover Cluster and answer some of the most common questions we hear. The quorum configuration in a failover cluster determines the number of failures that the cluster can sustain while still remaining online...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to the Cluster Quorum Model (Part 2)

    Hi, A few weeks ago we gave an overview of the cluster quorum model: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/clustering/archive/2010/05/14/10012930.aspx This week we will provide some more details about when and how the different types are used. Node Majority & Node and Disk Majority The...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to the Cluster Quorum Model

    Failover clusters ensure that workloads such as File Server, Exchange, SQL, and Virtual Machines are highly available. These resources are considered highly available if the nodes that host resources are up, however the cluster generally requires more than half the nodes to be running, which is known...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in Failover Clustering in 2008? . . . What isn’t new!

    Now that Failover Clustering deployments on Windows Server 2008 are growing, and our customers are spreading the word about how easy it is, we’re getting an increasing number of questions about “what’s new in 2008?” The short answer is – pretty much everything! We’ve enhanced virtually every component...
  • Blog Post: Clustering is coming to TechEd!

    Hi cluster fans, From June 9 th – 13 th the cluster team will be at IP Pro TechEd in Orlando, Florida. Windows Server 2008 has been our biggest release to date and a quorum of our program managers, marketing team, and cluster MVPs will be there to educate and answer all your questions. We will...
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