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Windows Server 2012 differs from previous versions in that there is no difference between versions.

With versions prior to 2012 if you needed failover clustering you had to go with Enterprise level licensing or above, standard didn’t give you the option to add the failover clustering feature (even though you could go with the free Hyper-V Server version which did support failover clustering). No longer do you have to buy specific editions to get roles or features, all editions include the same feature set.

HP used to ship a network configuration utility with their Windows Servers.

This is not supported yet in Windows Server 2012, however the NIC’s I am using are all Broadcom.

This won’t be a comparison between the benefits of Hyper-V replica vs failover clustering.

This will be a guide on configuring a Hyper-V cluster in Windows Server 2012.

These days, enterprises have to track new metrics such as engagement, revenue per user, and the overall customer journey, which involve blending a complex web of data streams into a comprehensive marketing and sales funnel.

Next thing you are going to need to determine is whether or not you want to go with GUI or Non-GUI (core).

Again, thankfully Microsoft has given us the option to switch between both versions with a powershell entry so you don’t need to stress over which one: To go “core”: Get Started: Install your Windows Operating system on each of the nodes, but don’t add any features or roles just yet. Each server has a total of 8 NIC’s and they will be used for the following: 1 – Dedicated for management of the nodes, and heartbeat 1 – Dedicated for Hyper-V live migration 2 – To connect to the shared storage appliance directly 4 – For virtual machine network connections We are going multipath I/O to connect to the shared storage appliance.

We will connect the Controller as follows: Two i SCSI host ports will connect to the dedicated NICs on each of the Hyper-V hosts.

Use CAT6 cables for this since they are certified for 1Gbps network traffic.

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