Here you see a quick overview of Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager.
Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager is for Disaster Recovery of Data Centers.
Orchestrate protection and recovery of private clouds
Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager can help you protect important services by coordinating the replication and recovery of System Center 2012 private clouds at a secondary location.
System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager clouds can be protected through automating the replication of the virtual machines that compose them at a secondary location. The ongoing asynchronous replication of each VM is provided by Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Replica and is monitored and coordinated by Hyper-V Recovery Manager.
Continuous Health Monitoring
Hyper-V Recovery Manager monitors the state of Virtual Machine Manage clouds continuously and remotely from Windows Azure. Only the System Center Virtual Machine Manager servers communicate directly with Windows Azure – your data and its replication remains on your networks.
The service helps automate the orderly recovery in the event of a site outage at the primary data center. VMs can be brought up in an orchestrated fashion to help restore service quickly. This process can also be used for testing recovery, or temporarily transferring services.
Setting up Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager is easy and fast to do by the following steps :
Here you see a video presentation of Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager with Symon Perriman and Prabu Rambadran :