As many Azure features that come out, you just stumble upon it while casually browsing the (extensive) Azure portal. This was the case with the preview of Azure Site Recovery. Previously, you could see a reference to the ASM version, but it would through you back (in time) to the old portal.
Now a real interface to configure the service has been made available. Not this is a preview and shouldn’t be used in production.
It starts with creating a Vault:
(isn’t the little alien guy funny?)
Next you need to pick which scenario you want to use:
I’m going with Hyper-V Stand alone, since that’s all I can do at this time.
Next, create a Site:
Now you will need to install the bits to your Hyper-V hosts and use the credentials file as suggested:
Install the provider:
Register the Vault:
Now, to the portal! And there it is:
Add a Replication policy:
I’ve noticed the naming is more consistent with the PowerShell commands:
Create a Compute configuration. This is new:
Now moving to a different blade and option:
Enable replication through these steps:
Picking my usual suspect: CoreOS
Select storage account and OS:
And Replication policies:
[tense music plays]
And here is my VM being synchronized:
Hope this helps. I will be back with the testing procedures and how to set this up using PowerShell!