When we create two Virtual Machines (VMs) across the Fault Domain in the Availability Set, it will increase the availability of your Applications to 99.95%. On the other hand, the Availability Zones allow you to deploy your VMs into different data centers within the same region, so you get 99.99% uptime.
So, what exactly is the Availability set & what are Availability Zones?
How to deploy Virtual Machines in Availability Sets and Availability Zones?
To get answers to all the questions mentioned above, watch the video by Oracle ACE & Cloud Expert Atul Kumar from team K21 Academy where he explains:
☛ What Is The Availability Set?
☛ How To Deploy Two Virtual Machines In Availability Sets?
☛ What Is The Availability Zone?
☛ How To Deploy Two Virtual Machines In Availability Zones?
☛ Service Level Agreement (SLA) For Virtual Machine
If you prefer to read, we have a blog post too at https://k21academy.com/az10415.
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