BACKUP, DISASTER RECOVERY & MIGRATION

Hyper-V VM Migration to Azure Stack HCI, version 23H2

Kerim Hanif, Senior Program Management for Azure Edge & Platform, Microsoft Azure Migrate is a unified platform that simplifies migration, modernization, and optimization of on-premises resources to Azure. We have been working very closely with Azure Migrate team to add more destinations for Azure Migrate like VMware and Hyper-V. Last year we launched the private preview of Hyper-V Hyper-V VM Migration to Azure Stack HCI, version 23H2

Overview of Azure Migrate based migration for Azure Stack HCI (preview)

1/31/24  Applies to: Azure Stack HCI, version 23H2  This article provides an overview of how to migrate Hyper-V virtual machines (VMs) to your Azure Stack HCI cluster using Azure Migrate.  Azure Migrate is a central hub for tools to discover, assess, and migrate on-premises servers, apps, and data to the Microsoft Azure cloud. Azure Stack Overview of Azure Migrate based migration for Azure Stack HCI (preview)

Keep Apps and Workloads Up and Running During Outages with Azure Site Recovery

Microsoft MVP Jan-Tore Pedersen gives a walkthrough of Azure Site Recovery, an Azure hybrid service for native disaster recovery-as-a-service that offers ease of deployment, cost effectiveness, and dependability. Azure hybrid services tool in Windows Admin Center consolidates all the integrated Azure services into a centralized hub where you can easily utilize Azure services that bring Keep Apps and Workloads Up and Running During Outages with Azure Site Recovery

Keep Apps Up and Running During Outages with Azure Site Recovery & NVIDIA Spectrum Switches with Cumulus Linux Meet Azure Stack HCI Requirements

Microsoft MVP Jan-Tore Pederson gives a walkthrough of Azure Site Recovery, an Azure hybrid service for native disaster recovery-as-a-service that offers ease of deployment, cost effectiveness, and dependability.    Azure hybrid services tool in Windows Admin Center consolidates all the integrated Azure services into a centralized hub where you can easily utilize Azure services that bring Keep Apps Up and Running During Outages with Azure Site Recovery & NVIDIA Spectrum Switches with Cumulus Linux Meet Azure Stack HCI Requirements

Get Great Flexibility and Reduced Costs with Single-Node Clusters in Azure Stack HCI

Azure Stack HCI now supports single-node clusters. Single-node clusters can provide cost and space benefits while helping modernize your infrastructure and bringing Azure hybrid computing to locations that can tolerate the resiliency of a single server. Microsoft’s Kerim Hanif and DataON’s Henry Fu join our Virtual Meetup to talk about this new option for various Get Great Flexibility and Reduced Costs with Single-Node Clusters in Azure Stack HCI

Five Cool Things about Stretched Clusters in Azure Stack HCI

System administrators go through great lengths to build a successful backup and disaster recovery (DR) strategy. Many are excited about the stretch cluster feature in the new Azure Stack HCI operating system, which enables them to stretch a cluster across a hyper-converged infrastructure and increase resiliency. Delivered as a service, Azure Stack HCI is a Five Cool Things about Stretched Clusters in Azure Stack HCI

DataON Labs: Stretched Clusters on Azure Stack HCI Setup & Demo

With Microsoft’s announcement of the new Azure Stack HCI, there is one major feature that has many IT admins excited: stretched clusters. With Azure Stack HCI stretched clusters you essentially have a solution for disaster recovery with automatic failover. Previously you could combine Storage Replica and failover clusters, both proven technologies, to provide business continuity DataON Labs: Stretched Clusters on Azure Stack HCI Setup & Demo