Deploy SQL Server 2016 Basic Availability Groups without Active Directory and ensure High Availability for your mission-critical databases
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Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Basic Availability Groups (BAGs) replace the deprecated Database Mirroring feature and deliver a high availability solution for mission-critical databases in Standard Edition.
Sure, the process of implementing BAGs without Active Directory is not an easy task. But, it does give you a very deep understanding of what makes it work – from the external dependencies like networking and DNS to the different processes that make up SQL Server Always On Availability Groups.
Read the full article by Edwin M Sarmiento, a Microsoft Data Platform MVP and Microsoft Certified Master to learn how to deploy Basic Availability Groups without Active Directory.