Designing high-availability Windows systems

Monday, 26 June 2006, 7:40 AM EST

Computer systems that don't provide enough working time are worthless at best and disastrous at worst. But the fine distinction between "available enough" and "99.999% available" can end up hitting the bottom line pretty severely. Rick Cook explains the major options for designing a system with an appropriate amount of uptime.

At InformIT.

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