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  • Out-of-band Initial Replication (OOB IR) and Deduplication

    A recent conversation with a customer brought out the question: What is the best way to create an entire Replica site from scratch? At the surface this seems simple enough – configure initial replication to send the data over the network for the VMs one...
    Published Jul 11 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 190 views, 0 comments
  • Azure Site Recovery – case of the “network connection failure”

    Luís Caldeira is one of our early adopters who had pinged us with an interesting error. Thanks for reaching out to us Luís and sharing the details of your setup. This article will be of use to folks who have encountered this failure. Luís sent us a mail...
    Published Jul 07 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 208 views, 0 comments
  • Azure Site Recovery - FAQ

    Quick post to clarify some frequently asked questions on the newly announced Azure Site Recovery service which enables you to protect your Hyper-V VMs to Microsoft Azure. The FAQ will not address every feature capability - it should help you get started...
    Published Jun 25 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 173 views, 0 comments
  • Disaster Recovery to Microsoft Azure – Part 2

    Continuing from the previous blog - check out the recent TechEd NA 2014 talk @ https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NorthAmerica/2014/DCIM-B322 which includes a cool demo of this product. Love it??? Talk about it, try it and share your comments. In...
    Published Jun 21 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 235 views, 0 comments
  • Disaster Recovery to Microsoft Azure

    We are super excited to announce the availability of the preview bits of Azure Site Recovery (ASR) which enables you to replicate Hyper-V VMs to Microsoft Azure for business continuity and disaster recovery purposes. You can now protect, replicate, and...
    Published Jun 20 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 168 views, 0 comments
  • Application consistent recovery points with Windows Server 2008/2003 guest OS

    I recently had a conversation with a customer around a very interesting problem, and the insights that were gained there are worth sharing. The issue was about VSS errors popping up in the guest event viewer while Hyper-V Replica reported the successful...
    Published May 20 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 196 views, 0 comments
  • Upcoming Preview of 'Disaster Recovery to Azure' Functionality in Hyper-V Recovery Manager

    In the coming weeks, we will Preview functionality within Hyper-V Recovery Manager to enable Microsoft Azure as a Disaster Recovery point for virtualized workloads. The new functionality will add support for secure and seamless management of failover...
    Published May 15 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 208 views, 0 comments
  • Replication Health Mailer

    One of our Engineers, Sangeeth , has come up with a nifty PowerShell script which mails the replication health in a host or in a cluster in a nice dashboard format. We thought it would be of help to our customers to get the status of the replicating VMs...
    Published May 13 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 191 views, 0 comments
  • Hyper-V Replica trouble-shooting wiki

    We are happy to announce the availability of Hyper-V Replica trouble-shooting Wiki here: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/21948.hyper-v-replica-troubleshooting-guide.aspx This guide contains links and resources to trouble-shoot...
    Published May 13 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 222 views, 0 comments
  • Excluding virtual disks in Hyper-V Replica

    Since its introduction in Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V Replica has provided a way for users to exclude specific virtual disks from being replicated. This option is rarely exercised but can have a significant benefits when used correctly. This blog post...
    Published May 11 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 263 views, 0 comments
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