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Azure Site Recovery zone-to-zone disaster recovery is now available in Southeast Asia and UK South.
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Automate the Azure Site Recovery Mobility service deployment using JetPatch.
Target retirement date: April 30, 2022
This will be replaced by the more advanced Encryption at Rest with Azure Site Recovery, which uses Storage Service Encryption (SSE).
Target retirement date: March 01, 2023
As we continue to invest in Azure Site Recovery (ASR) capabilities, we are going to focus our engineering efforts on disaster recovery to Azure scenarios.
Azure Site Recovery now supports replication of Azure virtual machines that have managed disks encrypted with customer-managed keys.
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Azure Site Recovery is now available in Norway East and Norway West Azure regions.
Learn about the latest Azure Site Recovery updates.
With this update, Site Recovery now cleans up the deallocated (failed back) VMs and NICs. In addition, if you disable replication after failback, Site Recovery cleans up the disks in the secondary region, in addition to the VMs and NICs.
Issues have been fixed in the latest versions of Azure Site Recovery.
Windows servicing stack and SHA-2 updates for Azure Site Recovery Mobility agent/extension.
Learn about recent updates to Azure Site Recovery components.
This update provides information on recent fixes as well as download links to the latest versions of Site Recovery components.
Protect large data disks of up to 8 TB in size with Azure Site Recovery.
Azure Site Recovery now supports disaster recovery for Azure Disk Encryption-enabled virtual machines without Azure Active Directory app.
Azure Site Recovery is now available in West India, UAE Central, UAE North, South Africa North, and South Africa West Azure regions.
The latest update rollup for Azure Site Recovery is now available.
You can now protect large data disks of up to 8 TB in size with Azure Site Recovery.
May 2019 - Site Recovery supports enabling replication for data disks added to Azure VMs already enabled for disaster recovery.
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