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    What is Microsoft's official position in using virtualization (Virtual servers such as VMWare, etc.) for a SQL Server cluster (two node Active Passive) in a production environment? What are the best practices?

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    How well does SSAS run under virtualization? Any special considerations?

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  • Virtual machine failover

    So in a failover from a failed node, no data is lost there is just a longer interruption in service compared to live migration. Does the guest know anything happened or does it continue on as if nothing happened? Anything special for a virtual SQL or Exchange server in a failover scenario?

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  • Backing up virtual SQL servers

    The following question was recently submitted by a user via e-mail: I’m using ArcServe to back up our virtual machines, and I’m wondering what other tools people are using to back up their virtual SQL servers?

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  • VMware ESX 2.5 or 3.0 Virtualizing SQL (2000 or 2005)

    First thanks for weighing in on this.... I support a department whose deployment of several department size SQL 2000 systems needed overhauling. I have recommended virtualizing their SQL because: 1. this is a department level database that has at best moderate use 2. It is currently and comfortably...

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