Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Core: Failover Cluster Role, Step-by-Step
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This article finalizes the trilogy about building a Highly Available (HA) and Fault-Tolerant (FT) production environment with Microsoft Windows Server 2016. Putting the long story short, two previous articles covered on installing Windows Server 2016 Core on a single server and adding shared storage for VMs. Though all storage admins know that two nodes are much better than one, so we cannot leave a single node! The final solution must be redundant. That, actually, is why we need Failover Cluster Role to be added.
Read the full article by Alex Khorolets, a technical support engineer at StarWind, to learn how to deploy the Failover Clustering role.