This post demonstrates how to build SQL-Server High Availability feature Always On. All the step by step building procedures make use of Virtual machine, Windows OS, Networks, Active Directory Domain, DNS, Firewall, SQL Server, Clustering, etc.
- Build VMs for Domain Controller Role and Windows Server Failover Cluster Nodes
- Install SQL Server 2019 onto MSSQLNODE1 and MSSQLNODE2
- Create a Firewall Rule to Allow Connections Between VIRTUALLAB.COM Environment
- Setup VM Machine VIRTUALLABDC as Domain Controller
- Set Up DNS for Domain Controller
- Configure Networks and Join the Domain for MSSQLNODE1 and MSSQLNODE2
- Create AD Service Account
- Install Failover Clustering Features
- Configure Failover Clustering between MSSQLNODE1 and MSSQLNODE 2
- Enable SQL Server 2019 Always On Availability Groups Feature
- CreateandConfigureSQLServerAlwaysONreate and Configure SQL Server Always On Availability Groups
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