Failover clustering allows you to make applications and services highly available, this includes services in your virtual environment. Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 allows you to cluster Hyper-V hosts and virtual machines. By integrating Hyper-V with failover clustering, you can create standby replicas of virtual machines, move running virtual machines between hosts, manage downtime, provide high availability, and plan for disaster recovery. Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 also provides several options for backing up and recovering servers in the event of data loss, data corruption, or a server outage. This course is one of a series, which covers the objectives for Microsoft Exam Topic 8-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services. This exam is a requirement for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): Windows Server 2012 certification.
IT Professionals working in datacenter environments based on Microsoft server technologies and seeking advanced knowledge of Window Server 2012 R2 services. This course can be taken in preparation for exam 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services, which is part of the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate, or MCSA credential.
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 – Configuring Advanced Services: VMs and DR
- describe clustering capabilities and best practices for Hyper-V hosts and virtual machines
- identify best practices to create highly available virtual machines
- recognize when guest clustering can occur
- recognize migration options for virtual machines
- recognize host technologies that can be managed using SCVMM
- determine appropriate backup strategies based on user requirements
- identify procedures to backup and restore data
- identify recovery options based on a given scenario
- identify methods to configure Shadow Copies in a given scenario
- identify configuration requirements for virtual machines in Windows Server 2012 R2