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  • Blog Post: Guest Failover Clustering with VMware

    This blog discusses running a Windows Server Failover Cluster (WSFC) in a virtual machine (VM) on top of a VMware host. Running a cluster in a virtualized environment is commonly referred to as "Guest Clustering". Guest Clustering provides two key values: 1. Application Health Monitoring – Enables...
  • Blog Post: Dynamic Disks with Windows Server Failover Clustering

    Since Failover Clustering traditionally requires shared storage (you could also use hardware or software replication between nodes), we get a lot of questions about which shared storage types we support. Windows Server Failover Clustering has a very flexible storage model that allows a wide variety of...
  • Blog Post: Migration Options for Hardware with Failover Clustering in Windows Server 2008

    Hi Cluster Fans, Failover Clustering in Windows Server 2008 no longer supports the traditional “rolling upgrade” which you may be familiar with from Windows Server 2003. This has given the impression that you will not be able to reuse your hardware. That is not true – with clustering’s built-in...
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