Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager protects applications by coordinating the replication of virtual machines (VMs) at a secondary location. In this course, explore how Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager brings together Hyper-V Replica asynchronous virtual machine replication capabilities in Windows Server and the Virtual Machine Manager component of System Center, and how it combines them with the power of Microsoft Azure to provide site-to-site protection of your virtual machines and private clouds. This includes remote health monitoring and orchestrated recovery. The course examines other features that help with disaster recovery and high availability in a hybrid cloud environment. Instructor | Andrew McMurray – Microsoft Senior IT Pro Evangelist
See how Hyper-V Recovery Manager protects vital workloads running in your private cloud by orchestrating Hyper-V Replica between two System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager sites, monitors the health of System Center Virtual Machine Manager clouds, and orchestrates the quick recovery of virtual machines at your secondary site. Learn about automating replication protection with in-box technologies and cloud-based recovery plans.
Explore Windows Azure Backup as a cloud-based backup solution that enables server data to be backed up to and recovered from an off-premises data center (the cloud) to help protect against data loss and corruption. Hear about block-level incremental backup and data security.
Learn how, in Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V, you can configure a virtual machine so that it is stored on an SMB file share. You can then perform a live migration on this running virtual machine between non-clustered servers running Hyper-V, while the virtual machine's storage remains on the central SMB share, to gain the benefits of virtual machine mobility without having to invest in the clustering infrastructure.
Find out more about Hyper-V clustering and how the failover cluster provides the virtual machine with high availability. With Windows Server 2012 and subsequently Windows Server 2012 R2, failover clustering supports the VMs being placed on a file share, accessible using the SMB 3.0 protocol, over the network, offering administrators considerably more flexibility when deploying their infrastructure, and allowing for a simpler deployment and management experience.
Learn about the capabilities of Microsoft VM and business continuity challenges that address the costs of protecting applications, the need to remotely monitor services, and the complexity of recovery processes.
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