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Azure Backup service has now expanded to all the non-government regions in United States and Brazil to cater to the ongoing demand from customers. With the addition of these 5 new regions highlighted below (green dots), Azure Backup is now available in 17 regions worldwide.

Azure Backup is now available in Brazil South, Central US, East US2, North Central US, South Central US regions

The white dots in the above picture represent the regions where Azure Backup is already available (Australia East, Australia Southeast, East Asia, East US, Japan East, Japan West, North Europe, Southeast Asia, West Europe, West US, North East China, East China).

Azure Backup provides the choice of region to store the backup data at the time of creation of backup vault.

Choice of new regions - Central US, East US2, North Central US, South Central US, Brazil South

These new regions provide all the functionality available in the Azure Backup service:

  • Backup the files and folders from Windows Servers and Windows Clients
  • Seamlessly integrates with System Center Data Protection Manager to backup all the critical applications including SharePoint, Exchange & SQL; Files and Folders, Windows Servers, Windows Clients, System State and BMR
  • Backup of Azure IaaS VMs (preview)
  • Encrypts the backup data using AES256 before sending the data to Azure datacenter over https link in order to ensure security
  • Compresses the backup data before sending the data to Azure to provide efficient utilization of bandwidth and Azure storage
  • Provides the choice of Locally Redundant Storage (LRS) and Geographically Redundant Storage (GRS) to store the backup data


To get started and learn more about Azure Backup browse the ‘Getting started with Azure Backup blog’ and ‘Getting started with Azure Backup videos

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