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in exchange 2010 and exchange 2013 database are no longer associated with particular storage group or server rather they are moved to Org level.
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Hi,

that is correct.
Storage groups have been removed, and databases are not pined to server, rather they are associated with Organization.
As a result, you don't have CCR and such high availability solutions, but you have DAG, which requires no special storage to allow redundancy. With just 2 servers you can create DAG and you are on the horse :)

You can read about redundancy at 2010/2013 at: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd335211(v=exchg.141).aspx

Has the time for migration came? :)

Regards,
Ivan.
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so how database associated with organization is better than storage groups linked to server if failure occurs
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