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Patching SharePoint with No Downtime using SQL Server AlwaysOn
As highlighted in a previous post , it is perfectly possible to patch SharePoint without suffering any downtime at all if you have x2 SharePoint farms to play with. This is great if you’re worried about the update process taking either too long for a maintenance window or not completing at all (initially...
20 Aug 2015
Setting up SharePoint Disaster Recovery Sites with SQL AlwaysOn
Something I’ve been promoting as an essential high-availability strategy for SharePoint for a while now is having a Disaster Recovery (DR) site for SharePoint. A SharePoint DR site is simply an entirely separate SharePoint farm that uses a copy of the content data in case the first farm runs into problems...
24 Apr 2015
Why Disaster Recovery Farms are Essential for High-Availability SharePoint
It’s not uncommon for customers plan a highly-available SharePoint (HA-SP) installation to satisfy uptime requirements for the business. It is uncommon that said designs give an architecture in the best way for staying online always though, and this is what this post is about. The Normal High-Availability...
7 Jan 2015
How to Patch a Single SharePoint Farm With Minimal any Downtime
Having already blogged about this subject, a question I frequently get asked is “how can I patch my [single] SharePoint farm with no or minimal down-time?” Well let’s cut to the chase; it’s not possible to patch a SharePoint farm without any downtime , and the absolute minimum time you’re looking at...
18 Jul 2014
Stretched SharePoint Farms vs. Disaster Recovery SharePoint Farms
Something I want to clarify is the difference between these types of “high-availability” SharePoint setups. The difference is fairly simple actually but people often get the two confused so I thought I’d write something quick about the subject, because the two designs are not nearly...
17 Apr 2014
SharePoint AD Failover Review
A key part of the SharePoint high-availability puzzle is a healthy and highly-available Active Directory; if AD dies then so does your SharePoint farm too, broadly speaking. However more specifically, that opening statement should really say “each and every SharePoint server needs AD failover” for the...
3 Mar 2014
SQL Server Log Shipping – Bandwidth Analysis for Content Database Updates
A question that often comes up when talking about SharePoint and SQL Server log-shipping is “how much bandwidth will I need to make log-shipping work between my two farms?” It’s certainly a sensible question given these things need to be planned to avoid over-congestion preventing the Disaster-Recovery...
7 Jan 2014
Managing Custom Solutions for Disaster Recovery SharePoint Farms
Having x2 SharePoint farms that need to be synchronised perfectly does raise the question about how to maintain both farms updated with any custom solutions that may need to be applied to the farm/application. This guide is about how to maintain custom solutions across two or more farms and what can...
31 Oct 2013
Hot-Standby/Disaster-Recovery SharePoint Farms – Basic Setup & Failover
Something that’s often required for high-availability SharePoint installations is the ability to failover to another web-farm entirely when needed because of a failure of some kind on the 1st farm, or wanted because of maintenance taking the 1st farm offline completely. It’s simple enough...
11 Oct 2013
SharePoint 2013 and SQL Server AlwaysOn - High Availability SharePoint
What is AlwaysOn and why use it for SharePoint? Update : SQL 2014 + SharePoint 2013 (abridged) guide also available . Also if you want to use AlwaysOn for SharePoint Disaster Recovery , then you'll want to have a look at this article - http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sambetts/archive/2015/04/24/setting-up...
24 Apr 2013
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