Continuous Availability #Deploying and Managing Clusters Using #Windows Server 2012 R2 #ws2012r2 #TEE13   4 comments

 

“One of the key things that all of us have got to do and some of our core responsibilities, most of you in this room are responsible for infrastructure in your organizations and you have a service level, you’ve got budgets, and the demands that are being asked of you are continually escalating, they’re going up.  Your budgets usually are staying about the same.  But you’re being asked to deliver this elastic, always-available, highly scalable fabric across all your customers’ needs. 

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Great new options as Hyper-v recovery manager see how this works

https://robertsmit.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/hyper-v-replica-certificate-based-with-your-own-root-authority-ws2012-hyperv-hrm-draas/

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https://robertsmit.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/hyper-v-replica-certificate-based-with-your-own-root-authority-ws2012-hyperv-hrm-draas/

New Parameters in Windows Server 2012 R2

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a big wish is shared VHDX this option is there to create a cluster without the iscsi now you can directly share the disk this is a great option.

 

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Also nice options for upgrading , there is a new role copy cluster Role the wizard connects to the old cluster and does a scan

see below all the content

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This is a great way to upgrade your cluster . Remember it copy’s the roles but will not migrate the storage.

There is a lot of new stuff and in the next days the playground will be bigger and more info is non NDA Winking smile

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Posted June 21, 2013 by Robert Smit [MVP] in Windows Server 2012 R2

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