We have several Unity 7.02 servers configured with failover, which are still on the W2k OS. As a result of this OS being retired next year, I am looking for the most straight forward and complete approach to upgrade the servers with minimal downtime (evening/change window).
In the past, I would secure one set of new hardware for this customer and begin by rebuilding a new server with new OS and do a DIRT backup / restore of that server - is this still the way to go? Once that is done, then I can wipe that server, rebuild with new OS and continue with the next upgrade...
As well, if I have two servers, which I would like to consolidate into one (so moving subscribers from both servers to be homed on 1 new server), what would be the best approach to this?
This customer does not want to hear that certain configurations will be lost, or will need to be recreated, as we average about 3000 users per server and there are tons of call handlers, routing rules, etc...that need to be cleanly moved over as part of the upgrade.
Im looking for feedback from those who have experience doing this already, as well as gotcha's, and anything that would change/lose in the "upgrade"...
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