DxEnterprise & Azure Shared Disks for Highly Available SQL Server Instances

The demand for organizations to move their deployments to the cloud has become increasingly prevalent as companies need to be able to connect to their businesses 24/7. Cloud computing provides many key benefits, however, until recently there was no support for shared storage in the cloud. Microsoft filled the gap in the market by releasing Azure shared disks – the industry’s first cloud block storage. Read this whitepaper to learn about the challenges with cloud deployments and alternative solutions, as well as learn how to build highly available SQL Server instances in Azure with Azure shared disks and DxEnterprise.