Azure Site Recovery Now Supports Windows Server 2016

Microsoft has recently announced the Azure Site Recovery’s support for virtual machines that are deployed on the new cloud-ready OS, Hyper-V Server 2016, in order to provide them protection, especially when replicated.
 
Hyper-V Server 2016 can be used to run traditional applications and datacenter infrastructure, and at the same time, can deliver innovation to help customers transition workloads, to a more secure, efficient and agile cloud model. And, the improved features of Azure Site Recovery will help this OS in disaster recovery.
 
As per the Microsoft Azure blog, “Azure Site Recovery is at the intersection of this OS, combined with improved features for your disaster recovery needs. We are excited to announce Azure Site Recovery’s support for Windows Server 2016. Users can now use Azure Site Recovery to replicate, protect (or migrate) their Hyper-V virtual machines hosted on a Windows Server 2016 to Azure or to a secondary site.”
 
Along with this, the Microsoft Azure team has hinted that more enhancements and support features will be made available for Hyper-V Server 2016 Operating System in coming months.