As mentioned in the previous blog post series, with Project Honolulu you can also manage failover clusters! You can do pretty much the same tasks as with the failover cluster manager but in a more minimal way. For instance you can work with individual cluster resources (start, stop, failover,delete), list cluster disks, have an overview of the cluster networks, manage individual nodes the same way you would manage a standalone server, control or create/delete cluster roles, administer virtual machines and virtual switches.
The video below will quickly guide you through the process of adding and managing failover clusters with Project Honolulu.
More posts on Project Honolulu:
- Getting started with Project Honolulu – Part1: Installation
- Getting started with Project Honolulu – Part2: Managing Servers
Stay tuned for the next series of this post!
Thanks for reading!