With the arrival of Windows Server 2012, the new disaster recovery solution for Virtual Machines (that is free) is a great tool for all Server Administrators. It’s built into the product and it’s easy to implement.
A Hyper V replica is a copy of a live VM stored on a remote server. This is updated every five minutes with any changes made meaning that at any point, you can failover to the replica and bring the virtualised workload back online. This has the potential to both your save money and your valuable data.
So how does it work? Firebrand Training has created a useful infographic explaining how to use Hyper-V Replicas in Windows Server 2012. The content is by Ed Baker, Windows Server Instructor at Firebrand Training.
To see the original article posted by Ed Baker, follow this link: itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/how-to-blog/how-to-use-hyper-v-replicas-in-windows-server-2012/