parallel computing on windows
this is kinda noob question but,
lets say i have a windows machine running in my office and because of its physical nature, i cannot just move my pc to and fro to another location for security/power/electricity considerations.
i have thought about buying a VPS for this purpose but i have some hardware so it wont cost me much to use them.
so the question is this
- i have a windows machine that i would want to somehow "mirror" it as a backup that i would be placing at a remote location as against the primary machine in office.
- the primary machine is already running so in case it goes down because of power or something, the secondary machine would kick up.
- i have the static IP of the primary machine hooked up to thin client users within the local network which uses zerotier so would it be possible to have the secondary machine adopt the static IP of primary one?
- i would probably be using something like a load balancer or a gateway machine but i am not sure if windows allows such architecture.
- the primary windows machine is a regular windows LTSC running around 10-12 remote clients so we get occasional downtime every often and i would like to somehow mitigate that