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The blog of Sam Betts on SharePoint application development - full of lot's of useful info, guides, and various cats.

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  • Blog Post: Increasing Service Application Redundancy

    A key part of any high-availability strategy for SharePoint web-farms is making sure service-applications have more than one server to service them to increase back-end resiliency to a SharePoint server dropping off the network. This concept isn’t anything new to many SharePoint admins at least but in...
  • Blog Post: 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 in concept...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013 and SQL Server AlwaysOn - High Availability SharePoint

    What is AlwaysOn and why use it for SharePoint? AlwaysOn is a great new feature to SQL Server 2012 that allows consuming clients to have a mirroring and failover database solution all transparently for a single named instance. SharePoint is one such consumer of SQL and depends on having a solid connectivity...
  • Blog Post: Multi-Subnet SharePoint Farms - High Availability SharePoint

    Why is Multi-Subnetting Awesome? Having a SharePoint farm span across multiple subnets can improve the reliability of a SharePoint farm against networking failures. Reasons why a network could fail are mentioned below, but they are just another reason SharePoint can go offline and removing them as...
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