Exercise 12 - Designing Fault Tolerane

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You are a network administrator for Adatum.com, an organization with headquarters in San  Francisco and a branch office in Montreal. You are designing fault tolerance and business continuity  for a new application server and VM that will be named AppVM1. AppVM1 will be hosted in the San Francisco office. You want to meet the following goals: You want to prevent any disruption of service and data loss in case an individual server fails  unexpectedly. You want to be able to resume service with minimal data loss in case a catastrophe such as  an earthquake brings the main office offline for an extended period. You always want to retain daily backups from the previous two weeks. With these goals in mind, answer the following questions: 1. Which features in Windows Server 2012 can enable you to meet the first goal? Only failover  clustering can prevent any disruption of service and data loss in case of an individual server failure.
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