Failover SQL with 2 storage devices


I am not an expert and I need help. I have two cluster SQL server each server has 4 Fiber Connection (FC) and I have two HP P2000 storage as shared device with two controllers each controller has  two FC. The design now is from each server there is 4 FC. Two of them connected to the first storage (one for each controller) and another 2 for second storage.

The storage has RAID1. However, if the storage goes down then the SQL will stop working. My question is there anyway that I can make the two storage to work as backup for each other (Redundancy). So, if storage one goes down then the second storage will be available and there will be no interrupted for SQL

Thank you in advance
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SQL Always On Availability Groups doesn't need any shared storage. It is the standard way to do SQL high availability now.

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Math TecAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much. Is there any links for the way to do the configuration?
There are tons. Use your Google fu. I gave you the name of the technology. It should be very easy from there. ;-)

You do need SQL 2012 Standard or later.
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