Advanced Troubleshooting for Servers and Applications

TU4 Windows Failover Clustering: Five Reasons Why You Should Stop Ignoring It!

March 15th, 2011

9:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Level: Introductory

Bruce Mackenzie Low

Bruce Mackenzie-Low


Systems Software Engineer

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Troubleshooting Windows Failover Clusters can be an extremely difficult and time consuming effort. By implementing the best practices while planning, installing and configuring Failover Clusters, you can directly affect the stability of your cluster and applications. Learn how to build a cluster from the ground up; employing the best practices for network and storage considerations. Examine the different quorum models knowing with confidence which one is right for your configuration. Explore tools used to configure and troubleshoot Failover Clusters such as Validate and Tracerpt. Avoid the common pitfalls that can lead to downtime resulting in lost productivity and revenue.