As you have seen, the Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server includes two clustering technologies designed to provide fail-over support for critical line-of-business applications?such as databases, messaging systems, and file/print services?and to balance incoming IP traffic among multinode clusters. Building on top of these technologies is the SQL Server clustering capability that places your SQL computing environment in a high availability and reliability level that cannot be achieved on any other Windows operating system.

    Part III: SQL Server Administration
    Part IV: Transact-SQL
    Part V: SQL Server Internals and Performance Tuning
    Part VI: Additional SQL Server Features