The cluster team at Microsoft has restarted their blog with a new dedication focused on Windows Server 2008 Failover Clustering and Network Load Balancing.
I have been promised, by some of the powers that be, that they will do their best to provide responses to all appropriate comments posted to their blog entries.
Also, from my experience, these are some really wonderful people and they really want to help everyone understand what failover clustering is all about and how your organization can benefit from implmenting failover clustering.
Anyways, I recommend that you visit them.
While I am at it, I would like to recommend the other blogs that contain clustering posts on a regular basis, to include:
John Toner’s Blog – John has been a clustering MVP for ages. John tends to specialize in Multisite clusters. John is US based.
Nail Own’s Website/Blog – Nail is a fairly new MVP in cluster. Nail resides in Germany.
Rodney R. Fournier – Rod used to be a clustering MVP but is now a Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft based in Arkansas.
Exchange Team Blog – The Exchange team often posts great information about clustering Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2007.
Windows Server Core Team – This group has recently started posting about several different scenarios with clustering.
Windows Server Division Weblog – This is the OS team and they post about a variety of High Availabilty scenarios.
I hope you find these other blogs as helpful as I find them.