Windows Admin Center (WAC) is a locally-deployed, browser-based management tool that provides you with the full control over your Windows Server environment. The nice thing is, it does not push you to Azure or any other cloud, so it works for you even if you do not feel that enthusiastic about public cloud.
Re-investigating performance of SQL Server Availability Groups on Storage Spaces. Why You Should Always Enable Read-Only Routing
In this post, I am going to take a closer look at the impact of read-only routing on SQL Server Availability Groups performance.
I measured SQL Server Availability Groups (AG) performance before. And, a guy from Reddit recommended enabling read-only routing to achieve higher performance.
Setting up a failover cluster is a thing that admins must do. To build such cluster, you need to configure shared storage. And, there are a lot of ways to do that. Today, I’d like to discuss how to build a Windows Failover Cluster using a virtual SAN solution (StarWind Virtual SAN) as a shared storage provider.
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