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Azure Site Recovery and System Center

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Azure Site Recovery is a cloud-based service that automates virtual machine fail-over across sites. The service integrates with Virtual Machine Manager which manages on-premises Hyper-V servers. Hyper-V Replica technology replicates virtual machine configuration and data across sites. Based on customer feedback, support for SAN replication is important. This session covers the scenarios in scope, solution architecture, and SAN integration using SMI-S.

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Azure Site Recovery and System Center

  1. 1. Microsoft Summit 2014the ultimate business and technology conference IT Professionals Track
  2. 2. www.tudy.tel
  3. 3. Costs Protecting Many Workloads Monitoring Manual recovery of the many virtual machines that compose services can be complex and time-consuming -procedures need to be documented and tested Recovery Need to reduce the costs related to downtime Disaster recovery solutions with synchronous replication are expensive Some workloads that could benefit from protection go unprotected due to costs and complexity Constant monitoring of services can be challenging
  4. 4. Extensible Data Channel (Hyper-V Replica, SQL Always-ON, InMage and SAN) Azure Site Recovery
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  6. 6. Extensible Data Channel (Hyper-V Replica, SQL Always-ON and SAN etc.) Azure Site Recovery C-C H-H
  7. 7. Hyper-V Replica Azure Site Recovery SQL Availability Group
  8. 8. http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/hyper-v-recovery- manager-configure-vault/ http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/hyper-v-recovery- manager-azure/
  9. 9. Replication Channel & Technology Compression, Encryption & Bandwidth MGMT Host off-load Compression, Encryption (data in flight) and Consolidated bandwidth MGMT Platform Support Guest OS Support Migration Approach Host off-load, Block level Continuous Replication, low footprint on primary servers Physical, VMware, AWS Windows, Linux Online File level one-to-one replication Source based Compression, Encryption and individual source level bandwidth management, high footprint on source Physical, VMware, Hyper-V, Any Source Cloud Windows Online OVF export and upload to Azure Storage No Compression, Encryption or Bandwidth Management VMware Only Windows, Linux Offline –Migration by OVF export (Source VM is powered off for duration of OVF export) Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter + Migration Automation Toolkit Migration to Azure –Tool Comparison (1)
  10. 10. Virtual Machine Provisioning Network & Endpoint Adaptation Automated Distributed Application Consistency List Price Automated (Target VMs are dormant during synchronization) Yes –allows migration of all VMs in multi-tier apps IE:SharePointto a common consistent point Free (licenses) Manual (Target VMs are live during synchronization) Manual (Network and endpoint details have to be manually specified while provisioning target VM) No (consistency is per server only) $295 per migrated instance PLUS Azure IaaScosts for running live targets during synchronization Manual (Only VHD is uploaded to Azure, VM has to be provisioned manually) Manual (NW and endpoint details have to be manually specified while creating VM from uploaded VHD) No (consistency is per server only) MVMC free, MAT via solution offering Migration to Azure –Tool Comparison (2) Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter + Migration Automation Toolkit
  11. 11. Extensible Data Channel (Hyper-V Replica, SQL Always-ON and SAN etc.) Azure Site Recovery C-C H-H
  12. 12. Azure Site Recovery C-C H-H H-A C-H
  13. 13. • • • • http://azure.microsoft.com/blog/2014/10/30/azure-site-recovery-announcing-windows-azure-pack-integration-and-powershell-support/
  14. 14. • • https://github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-tools/releases
  15. 15. DR to Azure –Workflows Agent install on Hyper-V Hosts •Setup automation & Proxy configuration through PowerShell •Registration to ASR is automated as part of Cloud Pairing
  16. 16. DR to Azure –Workflows Agent install on Hyper-V Hosts •Setup automation & Proxy configuration through PowerShell •Registration to ASR is automated as part of Cloud Pairing Cloud Protection •Select Azure target and replication frequency (30 Secs, 5 Minsand 15 Mins)
  17. 17. DR to Azure –Workflows Agent install on Hyper-V Hosts •Setup automation & Proxy configuration through PowerShell •Registration to ASR is automated as part of Cloud Pairing Cloud Protection •Select Azure target and replication frequency (30 Secs, 5 Minsand 15 Mins) Enable Protection for a VM •Automatically map to closest Azure size and you can change. •Guest supported by Azure IAAS (Windows Server 2008 R2 and above). •Gen 2 is not supported today •Naming convention as supported by Azure IAAS •OS VHD size is limited to 127 GB •OS VHD is known to VMM (Either VMM detect through IC or you specify) •VHDX is supported (We do automatic conversion)
  18. 18. Recovery Plans Automate the orderly recovery into Microsoft Azure, in the event of a site outage at the primary datacenter. DR to Azure –Workflows
  19. 19. Recovery Plans Automate the orderly recovery into Microsoft Azure, in the event of a site outage at the primary datacenter. Support for Manual Actions that require some form of human intervention during the execution of the Recovery Plan. Shutdown of VMs upon execution is in reverse order of recovery to ensure zero data loss. DR to Azure –Workflows
  20. 20. Recovery Plans Automate the orderly recovery into Microsoft Azure, in the event of a site outage at the primary datacenter. Support for Manual Actions that require some form of human intervention during the execution of the Recovery Plan. Shutdown of VMs upon execution is in reverse order of recovery to ensure zero data loss. Flexible Failover & Failback Options Support for Test, Unplanned & Planned Failover into Microsoft Azure. Post failover VMs can be accessed from Azure Virtual Machines view Flexible options for failback into on-premises environment. DR to Azure –Workflows
  21. 21. Recovery Plans Automate the orderly recovery into Microsoft Azure, in the event of a site outage at the primary datacenter. Support for Manual Actions that require some form of human intervention during the execution of the Recovery Plan. Shutdown of VMs upon execution is in reverse order of recovery to ensure zero data loss. Flexible Failover & Failback Options Support for Test, Unplanned & Planned Failover into Microsoft Azure. Post failover VMs can be accessed from Azure Virtual Machines view Flexible options for failback into on-premises environment. DR to Azure –Workflows
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  26. 26. http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/site-recovery/ http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/services/site-recovery/ https://github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-tools/releaseshttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn296433.aspxhttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn249518.aspxhttp://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/

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