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If the SQL Server instance on the active node fails, the passive node becomes the active node and begins to run the SQL Server production workload with minimal failover downtime. What Clustering Can Do Clustering is designed to improve the availability of the physical server hardware, operating system, and SQL Server instances but excluding the shared storage.

Should any of these aspects fail, the SQL Server instance fails over.

This post will show you how to set up this environment in Azure Resource Manager step-by-step, using Power Shell 1.0 as well as the new Azure Portal.

As the post got fairly long, here are some shortcuts for quick navigation: Gimme the IOPS!

‘Hang on’, you might say, ‘doesn’t FCI require shared storage – is that possible at all in Azure?

’ Actually it is, by leveraging SIOS Data Keeper from the Azure Marketplace in order to synchronize local disks attached to the cluster nodes.

To be fair to Microsoft apparently “warnings” in the validation report do NOT mean the Failover Cluster wouldn’t be supported.

Additionally, the use of a Windows Failover Cluster can help reduce downtime when you perform maintenance on cluster nodes.

I guess its up to the administrator to interpret these warnings and decide if they are show stops or not.

The other thing that’s become apparent is the validation tool itself hasn’t been recently update to reflect Windows Hyper-V 2012 native support for NIC teaming. The post was actually written before I started using the SCVMM “Logical Switch” as such it makes references to Standard Switches and the NIC Teaming available at the Windows Hyper-V.

Such were problems with getting Windows Failover Clustering to work, I had keep troubleshooting it on the backburner whilst I worked on learning something new.

I couldn’t allow my problems with Failover Clustering to hold me back.