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Update Rollup 32 for Azure Site Recovery is now available.
You can now replicate and fail over virtual machines deployed in Availability Zones to other regions by using Azure Site Recovery. This capability is generally available in all regions that support Availability Zones.
Learn about updates made available to the Azure portal for December 2018.
Update Rollup 30 for Azure Site Recovery is now available.
You can replicate virtual machines, enabled for encryption through the Azure Active Directory app, from one Azure region to another region.
Azure Site Recovery supports cross-subscription disaster recovery for virtual machines. You can configure DR for Azure IaaS applications to a different subscription with in the same Azure Active Directory tenant.
Update Rollup 27 includes provider and agent updates for Azure Site Recovery.
Get the latest update rollup for Azure Site Recovery provider and agents.
Disaster recovery for Azure IaaS virtual machines using Azure Site Recovery is generally available.
Older versions of the Azure Site Recovery REST API will be deprecated on July 31, 2018.
Azure Site Recovery is now available in all Azure Government regions (US DOD Central, US DOD East, US Gov Arizona, US Gov Texas, US Gov Iowa, US Gov Virginia).
Korea customers can now use Azure Site Recovery to help protect their critical applications on physical and virtual infrastructures.
Azure Germany customers can use Azure Site Recovery to help protect critical applications on physical and virtual infrastructures.
Azure Site Recovery available in Canada Central, Canada East, UK South, UK West, and West US2.
Azure Site Recovery is generally available in the Azure portal in the Azure Government cloud.
You can help protect RHEL7.1, RHEL7.2, and CentOS 7.x servers on VMware by using Azure Site Recovery.
An update is available for Scout 8.0.1 for Azure Site Recovery. It includes bug fixes and enhancements.
Azure Site Recovery, a component of Microsoft Operations Management Suite, is generally available in the new Azure experience, with support for Resource Manager and CSP.
U.S. public sector customers can now use Azure Site Recovery to protect their critical applications.
U.S. public sector customers can use Azure Site Recovery to protect critical applications on physical and virtual infrastructures.
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