Month: July 2017
Disaster recovery is something we pray never to happen but unavoidable in certain situations. Every business organization regardless of their size need to plan for a disaster recovery plan to protect their key business assets. In this articles we’re look into how Azure Disaster Recovery (Cloud based DR) can be used to protect critical business applications systems.
With recent updates there are several methods we can use Azure Site Recovery (ASR) to protect our on premise systems,
1. On-premises Hyper-V site to Azure protection with Hyper-V replication — Orchestrate replication, failover, and recovery from an on-premises site with one or more Hyper-V servers but . Virtual machine data is replicated from a source Hyper-V host server to Azure.
2. On-premises VMM site to on-premises VMM site protection with Hyper-V replication — Orchestrate replication, failover, and recovery between on-premises VMM sites. Virtual machine data is replicated from a source Hyper-V host…
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I came across above error when tried to setup ASR using new portal. Every step went find until I get below error,
clearly this highlight I cannot replicate the VM successfully to the Azure Recovery Vault. I’ve tried re-registering the Azure Site Recovery agent on the HYPER-V host as well. Though HYPER-V host register properly on the Recovery Vault VM protection fails with above error. On the hyper-v console I can see VM replication is on error state.
So finally meddle around the host logs I found out ASR has been setup previously and has not been removed properly. This means each VM replication also not completed and hanging around on error state. Only way to proceed is to clear those unsuccessful replication data on the host side targeting individual VM’s which is effected.
You need to run below mention PS command on each host targeting the effected VMs,
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In this blog post I’ll guide how to setup Azure Site Recovery (ASR) on the new portal using ARM model. If you’re not familiar with the ASR concept you can refer here. Compared to setting up ASR on old Azure portal, Microsoft ASR team carried out significant enhancement on the new portal and make it very much UI friendly.
In this blog post I’ll explain how to protect HYPER-V VM’s. You can protect VM’s hosted on single HYPER-V (Stand alone) or HYPER-V cluster (without VMM) using these steps. Few things I won’t cover in this blog post are how to create resource group, Virtual network….etc. I’ll provide relevant links for that for you to get in depth idea.
1. Wow to create a resource group in Azure – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-resource-manager/resource-group-overview
2. How to setup networking for ASR – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/networking-infrastructure-setup-for-microsoft-azure-as-a-disaster-recovery-site/
So with the assumption you have HYPER-V server with bunch of…
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Today we shall see how to trigger runbooks using webhooks when an alert is fired from Azure Monitor.
To illustrate this, I have taken a specific example of triggering a runbook, when an Azure virtual machine is de-allocated.
Step 1: Simulate a de-allocation event by Stopping a virtual machine.
Step 2: Check the activity logs for the de-allocation event.
Step 3: Click on the “+ Add activity log alert”. This will start up a pane to fill out the alert details.
Step 4: Before filling out the alert details, I encourage you to go ahead and create an empty Runbook. So that you can create the webhook for the Runbook, which is required while filling out the alert details.
Step 5: Once you click on the “Webhook”, you will get the below pane. Click on “Create new webhook” and fill out the details accordingly. Make sure you copy the URL…
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