Exchange 2013 standby server

I am going to upgrade a client from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2013 or 2016. I want to have a standby server at another location for failover. I cannot find a document on this.

This is a cold standby server since I believe licensing is a lot more expensive if both servers are online at the same time.

I need a link to a good article on how to do this
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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
What you need to implement is DAGs (Data Access Groups) which will replicate your databases across DAGs and this is where you can enable the option for which host should have the database mounted (i.e. primary and secondary hosts).  If have more than one server in the same site then you can have it active-active and in your case you could have it active-passive.  

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ajdratchAuthor Commented:
Thanks. My problem was I searching "standy" server. Reading your link I realized I needed to be searching failover  and active-passive  Now I am finding lots of links.
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