SQL Server AlwaysOn – Summary

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First published on MSDN on Oct 23, 2015

AlwaysOn is a very large feature in SQL Server and we needed to talk about all of the parts so that you could understand how important different configuration steps are. But now we know you want to configure an AlwaysOn landscape and going back through all 12 blogs to make the list of the steps you need to do will take a lot of work.

So we've summarized here the main steps you need to decide/perform when configuring AlwaysOn and each step links to the blog entry which describes it in detail.





Additional readings

You can book mark this page so that whenever you need to configure an AlwaysOn landscape, you have this list of configuration steps. If we add any updates to the steps needed for AlwaysOn, we'll update this list as well.

If you need more in-depth explanations and information about the functionality of an AlwaysOn System, you will find it in this complete list of the blog series:

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