Idea Details

CA Strong Authentication Support for SQL2012 alwayson availability groups

Last activity 06-13-2019 09:40 AM
hpagola's profile image
04-05-2016 10:20 AM

In CA Strong Authentication add support for SQL Server 2012 alwayson availability groups as a database high availability implementation.

 

The purpose of this idea is to support OOTB the Active-Active configuration or master-master.


Comments

01-30-2019 06:51 AM

Thank you for your contribution of an enhancement idea to the CA Community. CA is continually working to improve its software and services to best meet the needs of its customers. Your input is vital to that effort.

The CA Advanced Authentication Product Management team has reviewed your suggested enhancement and is pleased to inform you we have decided to incorporate your idea into the product.

This is a candidate feature for the upcoming release. We would encourage you to join the validate.ca.com project to participate in the validation cycle. More details of the progress of this feature will be posted on the validation project. We would welcome our customers and partners to participate in the validation project and provide us feedback at various stages of the development of the feature.

Thank you for your contribution to the progress of CA Advanced Authentication.

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The CA Advanced Authentication Product Team

10-08-2018 11:35 AM

Please support also SQL Server 2014 and 2016.

 

Thanks

 

Paolo

09-19-2018 02:26 PM

Progress added "MS SQL Server Always On" support in the 8.0.2 version of their ODBC Driver, as seen in their Release Notes:

https://documentation.progress.com/output/DataDirect/odbcreadmes/sqlserverunixread.htm 

 

Always On Availability Groups  ----------------------------- The driver has been enhanced to support Always On Availability Groups.  Introduced in SQL Server 2012, Always On Availability Groups is a  replica-database environment that provides a high-level of data availability, protection, and recovery.

Any chance we can get a patch for AA 9.0.x including this new driver?

05-10-2016 07:11 PM

SQL Always On support requires that the Data Direct drivers provide support for Always On.