Quickly perform a P2V Recovery into Hyper-V using Windows Backup

Quickly perform a P2V Recovery into Hyper-V using Windows Backup Recently my Windows 10 work laptop become unusable – completely dead. No way to get it going again. This left me with a bit of an issue – how am I going to be able to work without my laptop? Since we preach backup, backup, backup here at TMB – you’d not be surprised to know that I had a backup of my laptop available and a lot of test machines running Hyper-V. This gave me the idea I can run a P2V recovery of my

Physical to Virtual Disaster Recovery How To

Physical to virtual can be a simple task that is an efficient way to recover your data in a disaster recovery situation. This concept uses tools already present in your virtual environment normally used for P2V conversions (we outline the benefits of P2V here). Essentially, you’d execute a regular P2V conversion on systems which are down and unavailable. Basic steps for performing physical to virtual recovery Regardless of the virtualization solution you’re running; below are

P2V – What are the benefits?

P2V – What are the benefits? Common questions we receive are around physical to virtual (P2V) recoveries and migrations. The benefits are what’s raised more often than not. Below are examples which we believe make it valid to go from physical to virtual. Many vendors (such as VMWare) offer their own tools to convert your machine to guest: https://www.vmware.com/au/products/converter.html. Future-proofing With the ever increasing capabilities of hardware; now more than ever on