Creating High Performance SANLess Microsoft SQL Server Failover Cluster Instances

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Making SQL Server deployments resilient to failures is a goal most want to achieve. Whether you are trying to account for high availability and/or disaster recovery, there are various methods to achieve the end goal. One of the most popular approaches is to cluster the instance of SQL Server (also known as an FCI, or failover cluster instance) which is built on top of a Windows Server failover cluster (WSFC). An FCI is a feature built into SQL Server that is configured at the time SQL Server is installed.

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