Microsoft Hyper-V Cluster Design by Eric Siron download in iPad, ePub, pdf
This is known as an active-passive configuration. Stretched clustering benefits from fault domains for storage affinity. Fault domains describe any set of hardware components that share a single point of failure. The primary advantage of the geographically dispersed cluster is the ability to seamlessly migrate virtual machines from one geographic location to another geographic location. This book is the perfect tutorial on the subject, providing clear instruction on expanding into the virtualized environment.
This awareness of fault domains allows for the storage affinity. If a looming natural disaster such as a hurricane is headed for a specific location, business-critical virtual machines can simply be live-migrated to another host in the stretched cluster. In Detail Hyper-V Server offers an inexpensive and simple way to consolidate your existing server applications.
By the end of this book you will know how to plan, deploy and maintain a high available, high performance Hyper-V cluster. The alternative solution is Hyper-V replicas.
Stretch clustering allows servers that are geographically distant have the ability to join a cluster. Follow our Twitter and Facebook feeds for new releases, updates, insightful posts and more.
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