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Windows Server 8 Simplifies Disaster Recovery With Virtualization

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At Microsoft (NSDQ:MSFT)’s Build Conference this week in Anaheim, Calif., the company introduced a slate of disaster recovery and business continuity features that it will ship along with Windows Server 8, giving VARs and solution providers a simple and flexible DR tool that can be customized through an open API and fully automated with PowerShell.
 
With Windows Server 8, which will replace Windows Server 2008, Microsoft will simplify disaster recovery of Hyper-V virtual environments with a series of new features centered around Hyper-V Replica. The tool, which builds on capabilities released with Windows Server 2008 R2, now can store and deploy replicas on any other Windows Server 8 server with a minimum of planning.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Windows Server 8 Simplifies Disaster Recovery With Virtualization – CRN-

  

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