I’m starting this series to talk about the Windows Failover cluster feature and components. My aim is to explain many WFC (Windows Failover Cluster) ‘things” that any Infra consultant or IT should and must know if he wants to well handle a Windows Failover Cluster platform.
During this series, i will not explain part by part how to setup a Windows Failover Cluster (there’s many step by step blogs and articles on the community), i will go beyond, i will explain how to think and how to proceed when you plan to build a windows Fail overCluster platform.
The WFC famous platform that i will always refer to is the Hyper-V cluster (SQL is famous too 🙂 ), and the release is certainly the famous Windows Server 2012.
As mentioned before, if you have questions, just ask them!