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Rebuilding and Upgrading Microsoft Testlab and Start with #Hyperv Recovery Manager with #Azure #HybridCloud

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With our testlab ICTCUMULUS we made awesome Microsoft solutions with Private and Public Cloud and learned a lot.
Here are some blogposts I made earlier :

Starting : From Microsoft Private Cloud to Hybrid Cloud Services

From Microsoft Private Cloud to Hybrid Cloud Services: Hyperv Clustering

From Microsoft Private Cloud to Hybrid Cloud Services : SCVMM 2012 R2

Making a NVGRE Gateway with System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager

SQL 2014 Guest Cluster with Shared VHDX on Hyperv 2012 R2 Cluster for WAPack

Windows Azure Pack for Windows Server 2012 R2 Guide

Now it’s time for upgrading and rebuilding our Testlab ICTCUMULUS with extra memory and new Microsoft Hyper-v 2012 R2 Hypervisors.

Upgrade 1

Upgrade 2We have enough Memory now 😉

Here are the Visio drawings of ICT CUMULUS and we Changed some things like :

  • A Dedicated Hyper-V Cluster 2012 R2 for a virtual SQL 2014 Guest Cluster.
  • A Dedicated Switch for I-SCSI storage traffic.

ICTCUMULUS RackICT CUMULUS Rack for HybridCloud
Memory Upgrades

ICTCUMULUS Rack  2ICTCUMULUS Rack Networking

When we are ready with rebuilding ICTCUMULUS Testlab, we will start with Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Manager and my next blogpost:

Azure replication

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Author: James van den Berg

I'm Microsoft Architect and ICT Specialist and Microsoft MVP System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management

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