We have a Hyper-V cluster consisting of two servers in our primary site with windows server 2012 R2 with iSCSI CSVs. We have another host at a DR site that is not part of the cluster however we are replicating servers from our primary site to our DR site
The scenario is that we have several file network shares hosted on different servers connected via iSCSI that i would like to consolidate. These shares consist of:
Our thoughts are to build two 2016 servers within the cluster and setup a windows cluster between them. Using the roles, we would move the existing file shares and setup DFS Namespaces for them. At the DR site we will setup another server that will have
DFS enabled and sync the file shares.
Does anyone see any issues with this configuration?
Does anyone have any better suggestions how we should configure this?
Thanks in advance.
Edited byJustdaveITTuesday, March 21, 2017 1:58 AM
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