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SQL Server AlwaysOn Template in Azure Portal Now Supports Existing Domains and is Much Faster 

In August, we announced the SQL Server AlwaysOn Offering in the Microsoft Azure Portal Gallery. This offering fully automates the configuration of a highly available SQL Server deployment on Azure Infrastructure Services using AlwaysOn Availability Groups. Now, we have updated this offering with some exciting improvements. Namely, we have added support for using existing domains,...

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SQL Server AlwaysOn Offering in Microsoft Azure Portal Gallery 

We are excited to announce the release of a SQL Server AlwaysOn template in the Microsoft Azure Portal Gallery. This offering was announced in Scott Guthrie’s blog post along with several other exciting new features. This template fully automates the configuration of a highly available SQL Server deployment on Azure Infrastructure Services using AlwaysOn Availability...

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SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups Supported between Microsoft Azure Regions 

Last year we announced the support of SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups on Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Services. We’re excited to announce that AlwaysOn Availability Groups are now supported between Microsoft Azure Regions. Today we updated our official documentation describing how to configure these. AlwaysOn Availability Groups on Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Services Availability Groups, released in...

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