Technology: Creating an Exchange 2013 Database Availability Group (DAG)

With Exchange 2010, Microsoft introduced a new high availability architecture called the Database Availability Group (DAG).   Today, I am going to build a 2 node Exchange 2013 Database Availability Group (DAG).  Two nodes is not the recommended number of nodes for a production deployment, but I chose this number as the minimal number of nodes to get experience building a Database Availability Group on Exchange 2013.

The steps to setup the DAG are documented in the attached file:  Building An Exchange 2013 Database Availability Group

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(Picture shows Exchange database on two Exchange servers)

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