Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video Hyper-V VM movement, part of Windows Server 2012 R2: Implement Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery.
- [Narrator] One of the really nice features…about working with virtual machines in Hyper-V…and Windows Server 2012, is how easily…we can move virtual machines when we need to.…And in fact it's not just that we can move them,…it's that we can move them while they're still running…so that we don't have to take them down…and pull resources away from our clients.…Now in order to demonstrate this,…I'm going to just simply use the Hyper-V host…that I had set up with all the virtual machines…that I use to do different demonstrations…throughout the course.…
Okay, so this is my actual machine here.…We're in the Hyper-V manager.…You see I have a bunch of virtual machines.…Now you might be thinking to yourself,…why would I ever want to move a virtual machine.…Well on this machine for instance,…I didn't do anything special when I installed Hyper-V…and then I started creating these virtual machines…because I knew that I was just setting…this up as a demo machine and it really…doesn't have any other purpose.…I just let it select all the default locations.…
Note: This course also maps to the Implement Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery domain for MCSA Exam 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services.
- Understanding data protection
- Configuring NLB
- Configuring failover clustering
- Configuring Cluster-Aware Updating (CAU)
- Failover clustering with Hyper-V