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SharePoint 2013 & SQL Server 2012 Availability Groups
The Rough Guide
About Me
SharePoint
consultant. Platform
architect. Speaker.
Trainer. Accidental
DBA.
Agenda
Acronym Soup
Setting the stage…
HA
Protection is typically automatic
DR
Protection is typically manual
RPO
Business decision!
RTO
Business decision!
RPO & RTO in Perspective
time
RPO RTO
last backup at 20:00 full recovery at 12:00
outage at 08:00
12h 4h
SLA
Before SQL 2012
Failover Clustering
Transparent for SharePoint
Mirroring
Pre-SharePoint 2010: use sql aliases
SharePoint 2010/2013: native support
SharePoint & Mirroring
Log Shipping
Typically for SharePoint standby farms
Common Topologies
Other Techniques
Availability Groups
SQL 2012 AlwaysOn
AG Concepts
Introducing AG
Protecting SharePoint
HA (Single farm)
DR (Standby farm)
Other AG Benefits
Comparing Techniques
SQL Server solution Potential data loss (RPO)
Potential recovery time
(RTO)
Automatic failover Readab...
SharePoint Databases
Requirements
Set Up
Steps
Install WSFC on all nodes
Validate & Configure WSFC
Install SQL Server on all nodes
Activate AG
SharePoint HA
SharePoint DR
SQL Server 2014
Hot or Not?
Getting Started – Resources
http://thvo.me/alwayson-res
http://thvo.me/alwayson-sp
Q & A
THANK YOU
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  1. 1. SharePoint 2013 & SQL Server 2012 Availability Groups The Rough Guide
  2. 2. About Me SharePoint consultant. Platform architect. Speaker. Trainer. Accidental DBA.
  3. 3. Agenda
  4. 4. Acronym Soup Setting the stage…
  5. 5. HA Protection is typically automatic
  6. 6. DR Protection is typically manual
  7. 7. RPO Business decision!
  8. 8. RTO Business decision!
  9. 9. RPO & RTO in Perspective time RPO RTO last backup at 20:00 full recovery at 12:00 outage at 08:00 12h 4h
  10. 10. SLA
  11. 11. Before SQL 2012
  12. 12. Failover Clustering Transparent for SharePoint
  13. 13. Mirroring Pre-SharePoint 2010: use sql aliases SharePoint 2010/2013: native support
  14. 14. SharePoint & Mirroring
  15. 15. Log Shipping Typically for SharePoint standby farms
  16. 16. Common Topologies
  17. 17. Other Techniques
  18. 18. Availability Groups
  19. 19. SQL 2012 AlwaysOn
  20. 20. AG Concepts
  21. 21. Introducing AG
  22. 22. Protecting SharePoint HA (Single farm) DR (Standby farm)
  23. 23. Other AG Benefits
  24. 24. Comparing Techniques SQL Server solution Potential data loss (RPO) Potential recovery time (RTO) Automatic failover Readable secondaries AlwaysOn Availability Group (synchronous- commit) Zero Seconds Yes 0 - 2 AlwaysOn Availability Group (asynchronous- commit) Seconds Minutes No 0 - 4 AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instance Does not apply An FCI itself does not provide data protection. The amount of data loss depends on the storage system implementation. Seconds to minutes Yes Does not apply Database mirroring - High-safety (synchronous mode + witness server) Zero Seconds Yes Does not apply Database mirroring - High-performance (asynchronous mode) Seconds Minutes No Does not apply Backup, copy, restore Hours or zero if the tail of the log can be accessed after the failure. Hours to days No Not during a restore
  25. 25. SharePoint Databases
  26. 26. Requirements
  27. 27. Set Up
  28. 28. Steps
  29. 29. Install WSFC on all nodes
  30. 30. Validate & Configure WSFC
  31. 31. Install SQL Server on all nodes
  32. 32. Activate AG
  33. 33. SharePoint HA
  34. 34. SharePoint DR
  35. 35. SQL Server 2014
  36. 36. Hot or Not?
  37. 37. Getting Started – Resources http://thvo.me/alwayson-res http://thvo.me/alwayson-sp
  38. 38. Q & A
  39. 39. THANK YOU
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