Posted by: Roger Crawford
HyperV Clustering, Micosoft Windows Server 2008 R2, SCVMM 2008 R2
In my last post you seen I was working on a project involving Windows 2008 R2 Server and HyperV Failover Clustering. I had some Physical Machines that I needed to do a P2V on and thought why not try the new SCVMM 2008 R2 that has just released. SO I got that downloaded and installed on one of my servers and when I added the 2 HyperV Servers it recognized right away that it was in a Cluster and set this up accordingly. I then clicked on the move the P2V wizard and away we went. It seen I was moving it into a Cluster and wanted to know if I want to make it high available and I selected sure. But the bottom line is if you are not using this now you should be really checking this out as it is a great tool to use to move your physical machines to the Virtual World. The rest of the time you can use your Failover Cluster Manager to manage your Virtual Servers.
Til Later just Roger