This post serves as a starting point for my series of posts on the new feature called Hyper-V Replica.
Windows Server 2012 HyperV Replica Scenarios for Small Business
In this post, I examine the various scenarios where a small business could use this technology.
How to set up Hyper-V Replica for Small Businesses
In this post, we look at how to configure and set up Hyper-V Replica.
The post continues on to a follow up session, “Disaster Recovery with Hyper-V Replica for Small Business on a Budget” http://blog.powerbiz.net.au/hyperv/disaster-recovery-with-hyper-v-replica-for-small-business-on-a-budget/, which looks are a cheaper alternative in deploying this feature.
Monitoring and Managing Hyper-V Replica
We also look at how to monitor and manage the Hyper-V Replica and steps to take in case the replica is needed in a DR situation.
There are a number of other posts that are referred to or provide further information related to the subject matter.
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|3.||MVMC: Convert VMWare Virtual Machines to HyperV||http://blog.powerbiz.net.au/hyperv/mvmc-convert-vmware-virtual-machines-to-hyperv/|
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