Cloud surely is a convenient place for a company's IT infrastructure to dwell in, because it provides business continuity without taking much resources. However, can it really give fault-tolerance? The cloud itself may not fail, but what if something crashes inside it? Typically, this problem is solved with database clustering solutions, but they are generally too expensive for SMB and ROBO. Today we're going to tell you about one way to cluster database workloads in the cloud and save at least 60% of money. You'll see how to deploy SQL clustering in Microsoft Azure, achieving fault-tolerance.
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