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Update #2 on Microsoft cloud services continuity

28 March, 2020

Since last week’s update, the global health pandemic continues to impact every organization—large or small—their employees, and the customers they serve. Everyone is working tirelessly to support all our customers, especially critical health and safety organizations across the globe, with the cloud services needed to sustain their operations during this unprecedented time. Equally, we are hard at work providing services to support hundreds of millions of people who rely on Microsoft to stay connected and to work and play remotely.

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Our commitment to customers and Microsoft cloud services continuity

Saturday, 21 March 2020

With this blog we wanted to share a bit about what we have learned over the last few weeks, resources to help organizations manage through these times, support for critical first responders and emergency organizations, and the criteria we have put in place to manage cloud services capacity to support critical operations.

Backup Explorer now available in preview

Wednesday, 5 February 2020

Today, we are pleased to share the preview of Backup Explorer. Backup Explorer is a built-in Azure Monitor Workbook enabling you to have a single pane of glass for performing real-time monitoring across your entire backup estate on Azure. It comes completely out-of-the-box, with no additional costs, via native integration with Azure Resource Graph and Azure Workbooks.

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Assess your servers with a CSV import into Azure Migrate

Tuesday, 28 January 2020

At Microsoft Ignite, we announced the new Azure Migrate assessment capabilities that further simplify migration planning: support for assessment of physical servers, import-based assessments, application discovery and agentless application dependency analysis. In this post, I will talk about how to assess servers by importing servers into server assessment through a CSV upload.

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MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company on Azure Site Recovery

Wednesday, 22 January 2020

Today’s Q&A post covers an interview between Siddharth Deekshit, Program Manager, Microsoft Azure Site Recovery engineering and Quentin Drion, IT Director of Infrastructure and Operations, MSC. MSC is a global shipping and logistics business, our conversation focused on their organization’s journey with Azure Site Recovery (ASR).

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