Upgrade Active/Active cluster to SQL Server 2005 and Windows 2003

This is the first in a series of articles describing the case history of a database upgrade from SQL Server 2000 Active/Active cluster running on Window 2000 Server to a Windows Server 2003/SQL Server 2005 Active/Active cluster. Consultant Matthew Schroeder will walk you through the technical and decision-making process of real world IT and database management teams. The article is based on two online upgrades: a commercial website and an eBay ordering system. For confidentiality reasons, certain details of the actual project have been changed. In part one of this series, you'll learn about the team involved in this case study and find out the pros and cons of available upgrade options.

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