ASR to support VMware to Hyper-V protection/migration
The ASR support for VMware to Hyper-V protection/migration scenario is under roadmap for a while now. Enterprise customers and hosting partners are requesting this scenario since Microsoft acquired InMage. Like in the VMware-to-Azure scenario, a near zero downtime protection/migration can be achieved using the same InMage Scout technology.
Customers and partners are requesting a Microsoft owned solution for VMware to Hyper-V migration and ASR is the perfect solution for this.
Please leverage partner tools for this scenario
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Dominik Kowolik commented
Is there already a partner solution available? Currently i have the opportunity to move 300 VMware Servers to Hyper-V. Would be great to have an online migration toll like ASR but with the possibility to move on-premises vmware to on-premises Hyper-V
Alan Clark commented
"we are enabling VMware to Hyper-V migrations through partner solutions." - what are the partner solutions? where can i get more info on this? thanks
Matias Almeida commented
I´d like to have some update on this, also...
Any news on the topic?
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Any further update on this?
Based on the comments here, I am interpreting that we can configure Hyper-V host as replication/ migration target. Is it correct? Is it recently added feature.
Q: What is Microsoft’s roadmap for virtual machine conversion utilities?
A: Azure Site Recovery is Microsoft’s standard for converting physical and virtual machines. We suggest using this tool for physical-to-virtual (P2V), Hyper-V, and VMware conversions to both Azure and on-premises deployments. We continue to invest in this technology and regularly add capabilities and features. In addition, Microsoft Virtual Machine Manager (SC 2012 R2 VMM) will continue to support migrations from VMware vCenter deployments to Hyper-V.
Ravishankar Nandagopalan commented
Is there a ETA for this feature? One of my customer wants to use it now.
Luca Cassani commented
Please consider VMWare to Hyper-V scenarios for ASR a top priority
Kurt Conway commented
Would like to see this!
Right now migrating from VMware to Hyper-V linux machines is only doable with offline conversion. ASR would be great to migrate to Hyper-V for all workloads.
This topic should be merged with "Introduce VMware to Azure (for conversion) and back to On-premises VMM and Hyper-V"
VMware to VMM/Hyper-V is a must.
This is the same request as "ASR to support VMware to Hyper-V protection/migration" - if you combine all the votes, it's the most requested option.
VMware to VMM/Hyper-V should be the priority.
Isaias Martinez commented
This feature, if Microsoft adds it, will be an important for migration to HyperV Accelerator, since many of my clients want to move, but the time offline while the migration is in some cases is not acceptable
Agree with Bryan. I've deployed ASR in a POC for Disaster Recovery where VMware virtual machines would be replicated into Azure. It works nicely. I'll would suggest to add the capability of changing the default port for the Processor Server would be a nice thing to have. Hope in the upcoming update this will be added.
Many of my customers are long time VMware customers, having the capability you described above will knock away another hurdle preventing my customers from adopting Hyper-V.
I second the VMware straight into Hyper-V / VMM conversions. Considering Microsoft are using the acquired Inmage technology for VMware to Azure surly it cant be that much of a stretch to produce something for on prem conversions? This would be a powerful tool for customers to be able to move away from VMware!
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Paulo Ramos commented
VMware to VMM/Hyper-V directly please. Enterprise and Hosting companies are waiting for this for a long time.
Hans Vredevoort commented
Yes going from VMware directly to VMM/Hyper-V would be even better. I already received some comments on Twitter questioning why going through Azure. If ASR could be the orchestrator, that would be awesome. If there's anything you can do to speed up the slow read from the VMware datastore and keep downtime to a minimum, you'd have a killer solution.