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  1. 1. Microsoft Official Course Understanding Azure Site Recovery *Webinar starts at 1 pm
  2. 2. Jackson Felden jackson.felden@nhireland.ie https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacksonfelden/
  3. 3. Jackson’s IT Evolution 1973 1991 1993 1996 2000 2003 2008 2006 1992 2010 2010 2012 2013 20162014
  4. 4. Webinar outline – 1 hour • Azure Site Recovery • Replicating Hyper-V Virtual Machines to Azure • Replicating Azure Virtual Machines between Azure regions • Replicating VMware Virtual Machines to Azure
  5. 5. Upcoming Webinars Understanding Azure Backup for Backup solution Wednesday September 5th Understanding the Office365 features for GDPR compliance Thursday September 20th Introduction to PowerShell Friday September 21st Understanding Azure AD Friday October 5th Understanding the migration paths to Azure Thursday October 18th Good News!!! Azure Voucher = €85 / 30 days
  6. 6. Microsoft Official Course Azure Site Recovery
  7. 7. Overview of Site Recovery Site Recovery: replicates workloads running on physical and virtual machines (VMs) from a primary site to a secondary location. When an outage occurs at your primary site, you fail over to secondary location, and access apps from there. After the primary location is running again, you can fail back to it. Backup service: The Azure Backup service keeps your data safe and recoverable by backing it up to Azure.
  8. 8. 2 scenarios of Site Recovery Azure VMs replicating between Azure regions. On-premises VMs and physical servers replicating to Azure (or to a secondary site) North Europe West Europe Replication
  9. 9. 2 scenarios of Site Recovery On-premises VMs and physical servers replicating to Azure (or to a secondary site) continuous replication 30 seconds +continuous replication
  10. 10. Azure VMs replicating between Azure regions Azure VMs replicating between Azure regions. North Europe West Europe Replication continuous replication
  11. 11. Microsoft Official Course Azure Site Recovery Vault
  12. 12. Azure Site Recovery Vault • A Recovery Services Vault must be created to hold: • Settings • Site Recovery plan • Monitoring and Reports • Policies • Protected items Management interface
  13. 13. Azure Site Recovery Capacity Planner The capacity planning tool helps you to analyse the source environment (workloads) on Hyper-V or VMware or Physical server, bandwidth requirements, resource requirements (VMs, storage) on the target and any additional server resources that are required on the source side (SC VMMs, Configuration Servers, Process Servers etc).
  14. 14. Microsoft Official Course Site Recovery: Hyper-V VMs to Azure
  15. 15. Site Recovery components: Hyper-V VMs to Azure Hyper-V virtual machines (in Hyper-V sites) to Azure Primary site Azure recovery siteSite recovery provider Virtual machine 1 Virtual machine 2 Recovery services agent Azure Site Recovery HTTPS port 443 (outgoing) Azure components Azure subscription Site Recovery vault Storage account Azure virtual network Hyper-V host On-premises components -Protected Hyper-V VM -Server 2012 R2 or 2016 -Azure Site Recovery Provider and Azure Site Recovery Services agent
  16. 16. Implementing Azure-based protection of Hyper-V VMs without VMM 1. Create an Azure virtual network 2. Create an Azure storage account 3. Create a Recovery Services vault (same region as Storage and Vnet account) 4. Specify the protection goal (from Hyper-V to Azure) 5. Set up the source environment (azure agent..) 6. Set up the target environment 7. Set up replication settings 8. Confirm that you have run the Capacity Planner 9. Select protected virtual machines and enable their replication http://aka.ms/Hv9v2k
  17. 17. Site Recovery - Hyper-V VMs to Azure
  18. 18. Site Recovery - Hyper-V VMs to Azure
  19. 19. Site Recovery - Hyper-V VMs to Azure
  20. 20. Site Recovery - Hyper-V VMs to Azure
  21. 21. Hyper-V replication settings
  22. 22. Microsoft Official Course Site Recovery: Azure VMs between regions
  23. 23. Replicating Azure VMs between regions The Azure Site Recovery service contributes to your business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) strategy by keeping your business apps up and running, during planned and unplanned outages. Site Recovery manages and orchestrates disaster recovery of on-premises machines and Azure virtual machines (VMs), including replication, failover, and recovery.
  24. 24. Replicating Azure VMs between regions It can be configured from the Azure VM / Disaster recovery Or From Recovery Services Vaults / Site Recovery From an Azure VM:
  25. 25. Replicating Azure VMs between regions
  26. 26. Replicating Azure VMs between Azure regions
  27. 27. Replicating Azure VMs between Azure regions
  28. 28. Replicating Azure VMs between Azure regions
  29. 29. VM protection status
  30. 30. Microsoft Official Course Site Recovery: VMware VMs and physical servers to Azure
  31. 31. Site Recovery components: VMware VMs and physical servers to Azure Source: VMware virtual machines and physical servers Data channel Microsoft Azure Master target (failback) Azure Site Recovery Process and Configuration server (combined) Process server: Used for caching, compression, and encryption Configuration server: Used for centralized management Mobility service: Captures all data writes from memory Master target: Used for failback only
  32. 32. Additional considerations for VMware and physical servers • VMware components: • Use vSphere v5.1, vSphere v 5.5 or vSphere v6.0 • Use vCenter version 5.5 or vCenter version 6.0 (recommended, not required) • Outbound connectivity: • Must allow TCP 443/9443 to access the Azure URLs from the configuration server • Replication bandwidth of the process server: • Can be controlled via Azure Backup throttling • Can be controlled via registry (number of upload/download threads)
  33. 33. Implementing Azure-based protection of VMware VMs and physical servers 1. Create an Azure virtual network 2. Create an Azure storage account 3. Set up an account on the vSphere host or vCenter server for automatic discovery of VMware VMs 4. Prepare the configuration server 5. Create a Recovery Services vault 6. Specify the protection goal 7. Set up the source environment 8. Set up the target environment 9. Set up replication settings 10. Confirm that you have run the Capacity Planner 11. Select the VMware VMs and enable their replication http://aka.ms/Npb5bk
  34. 34. Microsoft Official Course Setting Up the Configuration server
  35. 35. VMWare Site Recovery
  36. 36. VMWare Site Recovery
  37. 37. VMWare Site Recovery
  38. 38. VMWare Site Recovery
  39. 39. VMWare Site Recovery
  40. 40. VMWare Site Recovery
  41. 41. VMWare Site Recovery
  42. 42. VMWare Site Recovery
  43. 43. VMWare Site Recovery
  44. 44. Microsoft Official Course Physical Servers
  45. 45. Replicating Physical Servers
  46. 46. Replicating Physical Servers
  47. 47. Replicating Physical Servers
  48. 48. Replicating Physical Servers
  49. 49. Replicating Physical Servers
  50. 50. Replicating Physical Servers
  51. 51. Replicating Physical Servers
  52. 52. Recovery using Azure Site Recovery • Failover: • Test failover: • Use an isolated Azure virtual network • Keep the protected virtual machine online—no production impact • Planned failover: • Use an Azure virtual network mapped to the production network • Shut down the protected virtual machine—no data loss • Unplanned failover: • Use an Azure virtual network mapped to the production network • Attempt to shut down the protected virtual machine—potential data loss • Failback: • Establish reverse replication • Use planned failover in the opposite direction
  53. 53. VM Failback
  54. 54. Network-related requirements - before failover * Azure doesn’t support stretched subnets VPN & Routing Table VPN & Routing Table
  55. 55. Network-related requirements - after failover VPN & Routing Table Vnet to Vnet
  56. 56. What comes next? Build your own lab! Register for an Azure Free subscription Hyper-V Lab Download 180 Server 2012r2 evaluation copy Install OS and Hyper-V Configure the Agent VMWare Lab Download VMware ESX and vCenter evaluation copy Install VMware ESX Install vCenter Download the Configuration Server from Azure Setup the Configuration Server Azure Lab Create a VM in one of the regions and replicate it to another …
  57. 57. *Webinar Survey

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