Windows Server 2012 Clustering Technologies

Windows Server 2012 provides two clustering technologies, which are included in all editions. Clustering is the grouping of independent server nodes that are accessed and viewed on the network as a single system. When a service/application is run from a cluster, the end user can connect to a single cluster node to perform his work, or each request can be handled by multiple nodes in the cluster. In cases where data is read-only, the client might request data from one server in the cluster and the next request might be made to a different server and the client may never know the difference. Also, if a single node on a multiple node cluster fails, the remaining nodes continue to service client requests, ...

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