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Windows Server Failover Cluster Configuration

Microsoft
Virtualization

A failover cluster is a group of independent servers that work together to increase the availability and scalability of clustered roles. If one or more of the cluster nodes fail, other nodes begin to provide service. In addition, the clustered roles are proactively monitored to verify that they are working properly. If they are not working, they are restarted or moved to another node. We install and configure the Windows Server Failover Cluster according to your demands and solve all the technical challenges.

Basic configuration package (up to 2 hours):

    • One cluster (up to 2 hosts) configuration
    • Basic Windows Server Failover Cluster configuration included
      • Service installation
      • Initial service set-up
      • Failover clustering features installation
      • Two-node clustered file server deploying
      • Active directory cluster integration
    • Estimated Time To Complete 2 hours
    • Service delivery time 1 day

    Standard configuration package (up to 8 hours):

    • One cluster (up to 5 hosts) configuration
    • Standard Windows Server Failover Cluster configuration included
      • All Basic features
      • Cluster and pool quorum
      • VM load balancing
      • Cluster sets
    • Estimated Time To Complete 8 hours
    • Service delivery time 1 day

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