Azure Site Recovery can consistently replicate, protect, and seamlessly failover virtual machines directly to Microsoft Azure. With automated protection, continuous health monitoring, one-click orchestration, and recovery in Azure, ASR is an integral part of Microsoft’s strategy to provide hybrid cloud business continuity solutions for any customer.
In this final post in our series on Business Continuity I’m going to look at point-in-time restore, a self-service feature available for Basic, Standard, and Premium databases.
Last year at Oracle OpenWorld we announced a partnership to run Oracle software on Microsoft Azure so that Oracle customers can run their enterprise applications in a globally available cloud platform and get the economic and agility benefits that come with it.
To help you learn how to manage the health of your online services, we have developed the Storage Monitoring, Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Guide.
This post continues our series on the Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BCDR) capabilities of Azure SQL Database and focuses on geo-restore. In my previous post on standard geo-replication I discussed how the various business continuity features map to service tiers.
In this post, we will explain how to setup the required networking infrastructure with the help of an example as well as learn how to setup networking on-premises and on Azure and then concluding with how to do a test failover and a planned failover.
Azure Site Recovery not only enables a low-cost, high-capability, CAPEX-saving, and OPEX-optimizing Disaster Recovery strategy for your IT Infrastructure, it can also help you quickly and easily spin-off additional development and testing environments or migrate on-premise virtual machines to Microsoft Azure. With its built-in features, Azure Site Recovery makes migrating to Azure simple, reliable, and quick.
As we begin Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference this week in Washington, DC, partner momentum with Microsoft Azure has never been stronger. Building on this momentum, Microsoft announced Microsoft Azure Certified and additional Azure-related programs today.
This is the first in a short series of posts focusing on business continuity and disaster recovery. In this post…
Results of the 2014 Future of Cloud Computing Survey are in; I’m excited to share what you said is next for cloud computing.