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Training Guide: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services by Orin Thomas

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Chapter 8. Virtual machine and site resilience

Site resilience enables you to ensure that your organization’s access to important virtual servers continue in the event that a critical site goes offline unexpectedly. As virtual servers are data, moving a virtual machine from an offline site to one that is accessible is a lot simpler than putting hardware on a truck and driving it to a new datacenter. You can move servers between sites by transferring the data that constitutes the servers between sites. This lesson explains different techniques to move virtual machines from one Hyper-V server to another, whether it is a node in the same cluster, another Hyper-V server in the same site, or to a Hyper-V server hosting a replica in another country ...

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