Azure DevTest Labs solution is a nice one. During the past year or so, I have been working with it I noticed that the number of improvements added to DevTest is good. I wanted to bring your attention to a couple of new features in the platform – Multiple Instances Deployment and Shared IP.
A new Azure Marketplace feature has come to life called “Test Drives”. This will give you the opportunity to deploy and play with some applications on Azure for a limited amount of time (2hr) without the need to open an Azure subscription or give your credit card details.
In the last part for this series, we will tie up all the loose ends after a successful ASR Unplanned Failover.
Now that we have our north Europe Classic VM replicated to west Europe storage account, it is time to hit the unplanned failover button and see what’s happening.
In this post we will configure the Classic VM replication scenario and initiate the synchronization between our sites.
In this post we will create the West Europe Resource Group, storage account and VNet which will be used as the “target” infrastructure for the replicated Classic VM.
In this post we will install the Mobility Service agent on our Classic VM and touch on the networking challenges we have with this design.
The Process Server is the most important component in a deployment like ours. It is the one responsible for handling all compute and IO intensive aspects of replication and maintaining replication policies, replication status and health reports.