Back in 2009, we have a solution as follow:
- Physical Server called Server1 with HyperV and has 1 virtual server - Server3 - running file server, web and application
- Physical Server called Server2 with HyperV and has 1 virtual server - Server4 - running Dedicated SQL and MySQL Server
- No shred storage.
- Use the DoubleTake software to cross continuos sync virtualisation of these 2 virtual server.
The idea is that if one of the server goes down we can just flick the virtual server within few minutes.
Now that was 2009 and since Windows 2012 around, is there any other solution to do this redundancy and availability like above?
Does Windows 2012 has similar function like DoubleTake does (sync continuous availability) perhaps?
I'm appreciated your feedback