Configuring the Google Cloud Platform for High Availability

Here is a guide for migrating an on-premises SQL Server infrastructure to Google Cloud Platform (GCP), in such a way that you can ensure (HA) or 99.99% uptime of your system, by way of multizone clustering. One of the first questions you’ll need to answer is just what kind of virtual machines (VMs) you’ll need. Selecting infrastructure in GCP is a much more nuanced exercise than selecting physical servers for an on-prem deployment. Fortunately, Google employs a team of customer engineers who can help you determine just what combination of compute power, RAM, and storage your SQL Server loads will require.


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