Windows Server 2012 R2 High Availability Lesson 11 Part 2 Hyper V Failover Cluster
http://youtu.be/35lV7mn2YSw Windows Server 2012 High Availability series will provide network engineers with the ideas of what technologies Microsoft Server 2012 has to offer in the world of High Availability and the steps to successfully plan, implement, and support High Availability solutions for their managed Windows environment.
High Availability Printing, or HA Printing, is the combination of Microsoft Failover Clustering technologies and Hyper-V technologies deployed to make a Windows Server 2012 Print Server highly available.
Scale-Out File Server is a feature that is designed to provide scale-out file shares that are continuously available for file-based server application storage. Scale-out file shares provides the ability to share the same folder from multiple nodes of the same cluster. This scenario focuses on how to plan for and deploy Scale-Out File Server
A failover cluster is a group of independent computers that work together to increase the availability and scalability of clustered roles (formerly called clustered applications and services). The clustered servers (called nodes) are connected by physical cables and by software. If one or more of the cluster nodes fail, other nodes begin to provide service (a process known as failover).
Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 introduces support for moving virtual machine storage without downtime by making it possible to move the storage while the virtual machine remains running. You can perform this task by using a new wizard in Hyper-V Manager or by using new Hyper-V cmdlets for Windows PowerShell.
NLB enhances the availability and scalability of Internet server applications such as those used on web, FTP, firewall, proxy, virtual private network (VPN), and other mission-critical servers. This topic describes the NLB feature and provides links to additional guidance about creating, configuring, and managing NLB clusters.
DHCP failover lets you provide a highly available DHCP service without having to configure split scopes or deploy a failover cluster.
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Windows Server 2012 R2 High Availability Lesson 11 Part 2: Enabling and Configuring Hyper-V Failover Cluster