Automation–Orchestrating Hyper-V Replica with System Center for Planned Failover

Automation–Orchestrating Hyper-V Replica with System Center for Planned Failover

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Hello Readers/Viewers!

I am excited to announce the release of my Example Runbooks for Hyper-V Replica (and beyond!)

What is included?

 

What is it? Show me the Demo!

Roll Tape!

Useful Video Timestamps:

  • 00:00:00 - Intro Slides
  • 00:00:52 - Setup/Configuration Instructional Demo
  • 00:07:07 - Actual Demo of Orchestrated HVR Planned Failover and Runbook Walkthrough
  • 00:24:49 – Summary

NOTE: The PowerShell Script mentioned in the video exists within the Release Notes / Pre-Requisites documentation included in the download.

         

Where can you find all this stuff?

TechNet Gallery, of course!

Click here for the TechNet Gallery Contribution for these Example Runbooks!

enJOY!

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  • Great Blog, thanks for sharing Charles!

  • After seeing this demo, I can visualize the ability to create an auto-failover environment using some of the systems in the demo. However, I would like to see a demo for that situation.

    Barry

    btodd@htcinc.net

  • @Barry

    I specifically chose a demonstration (with example Runbooks) that would highlight two of the three HVR Failover capabilities (Test and Planned). I had considered Unplanned Failover as a scenario, but could not make it generic enough to publish examples.

    From a technical standpoint, Unplanned Failover for HVR is a bit easier than the other two, since it just leverages whatever is on the "Replica Site". In fact, in an Unplanned Failover scenario, the "Primary Site" is essentially gone.

    I recommend taking a look at the following blog post for more information on "Unplanned Failover" for HVR:

    blogs.technet.com/.../types-of-failover-operations-in-hyper-v-replica-part-iii-unplanned-failover.aspx (I have also included this and related links in the "External References" area above).

    Thanks for your feedback!

    -Charles