Alas, I’m a little time constrained at the moment, so this is going to be just a note form post…
Part 1: Reading and Videos on Hyper-V and Multi-Site Failover
Microsoft Windows Multi-Site Failover Cluster Best Practices - Maged Ezzat on Nov 9, 2013
Image: Multi-Site Hyper-V Cluster
“Choosing between synchronous and asynchronous replication … Synchronous replication is best for multi-site clusters that are using high-bandwidth, low-latency connections … (Asynchronous) where you want to stretch the cluster over greater geographical distances with no significant application performance impact.”
Video: Failover Clustering in Windows Server 2012 R2: (06) Multi-Site Clustering & Disaster Recovery Jeff Koch on Jan 21, 2015
Part 2: NetApp IMT @ mysupport.netapp.com/matrix
See solution “E-Series SAN Host”
Host OS: Windows Server 2012 R2 SE / R2 DCE / R2 Hyper-V
Controller: NetApp E-Series Controller E2700
Host Multipath: NetApp E-Series DSM
Host Utilities: Windows Unified Host Utilities 7.0
E-Series Controller Firmware: 8.10 / 8.20 / 8.25
Part 3: Software Downloads (Required installs on Hyper-V Hosts)
*latest version at time of writing
Note: The NetApp E-Series DSM is included in the installer.
Part 4: E-Series Reading
Part 5: Software Component Installation Order
and just the components in the image below
Image: E-Series Software components required on Hyper-V host
Note 1: The Agent is only for “in-band management”.
Note 2: The installation requires a reboot.
Note 1: Even though MPIO is already installed, leave selected.
Note 2: The installation requires a reboot (can do 1 & 2 together, then reboot just once)
Image: Unified Host Utilities 7.0 Install
Part 6: Guides to Completing the Configuration
Once the hardware is installed and Hyper-V hosts have the required components, follow the guides below to complete the setup:
2) NetApp E-Series Storage Systems: Mirroring Feature Guide
*This was best PDF I found for actually configuring mirroring. The CLI commands can be translated to actions in the GUI.