With a vRealize Automation Distributed setup, we are able to create a highly available vRealize Automation environment with redundant vRA appliances, IaaS Servers and Orchestrators behind load balancers. But what about the MS SQL high availability for the Iaas Server(s)? Lately I had some discussion on the Microsoft SQL Server high availability configuration needed to support vRealize Automation IaaS, 6.2.2 in this case. First of all, when you’re not sure if your Microsoft SQL Server setup is supported by vRealize Automation check the latest vRealize Automation 6.2 Support Matrix (page 3). The Host Databases supported today (Sept 20, 2015) are: [ … ]
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