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Category: Amazon FSx for Windows File Server

Field Notes: Building a Multi-Region Architecture for SQL Server using FCI and Distributed Availability Groups

A multiple-Region architecture for Microsoft SQL Server is often a topic of interest that comes up when working with our customers. The main reasons customers adopt a multiple-Region architecture approach for SQL Server deployments are: Business continuity and disaster recovery (DR) Geographically distributed customer base, and improved latency for end users We will explain the […]

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There are some scenarios where applications running on Microsoft SQL Server need full control of the infrastructure and software. If customers require it, they can deploy their SQL Server to AWS on Amazon EC2. Currently, there are various ways to deploy SQL Server workloads on AWS as shown in the following diagram:

Field Notes: SQL Server Deployment Options on AWS Using Amazon EC2

Many enterprise applications run Microsoft SQL Server as their backend relational database.  There are various options for customers to benefit from deploying their SQL Server on AWS. This blog will help you choose the right architecture for your SQL Server Deployment with high availability options, using Amazon EC2 for mission-critical applications. SQL Server on Amazon […]

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Field Notes: Migrating File Servers to Amazon FSx and Integrating with AWS Managed Microsoft AD

Amazon FSx provides AWS customers with the native compatibility of third-party file systems with feature sets for workloads such as Windows-based storage, high performance computing (HPC), machine learning, and electronic design automation (EDA).  Amazon FSx automates the time-consuming administration tasks such as hardware provisioning, software configuration, patching, and backups. Since Amazon FSx integrates the file […]

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