HV Replication Monitor application welcome interface

Introducing HV Replication Monitor

When I first heard about Hyper-V Replica for Windows Server 2012, I was immediately awe-struck. I thought, this technology was a perfect addition to Microsoft’s Hyper-V virtualization services. Until replication services were available, the only viable solution for ‘Disaster Recovery’ was backups or enterprise-grade clustering. Clustering isn’t even considered a backup solution or even a DR solution, but rather, it’s in a category called ‘High Availability’. I’m no stranger to clustering. I’ve installed my share of them. However, the implementation is complex, expensive, and sometimes a cause of failure in and of itself. The moment you use clustering, you immediately […]

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