wtorek, 14 marca 2017
Azure Site Recovery is Microsoft's single disaster recovery offering for applications that works with multiple native application-level replication technologies and provides in-built replication. With features like single and multi-tier application consistency, near continuous replication, extensible recovery plans with rich automation support, and advanced network management, Azure Site Recovery does the complex job of stitching together the application assuring full application recovery, and not just virtual machine boot up. To top it all, Microsoft tests and certifies many popular first and third-party applications and provides detailed Azure Site Recovery solution guidance for them.
środa, 5 października 2016
We are excited to announce that Encryption At Rest with Site Recovery is now generally available (GA).
czwartek, 23 czerwca 2016
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve updated our guidance article on disaster recovery and high availability for applications built on Microsoft Azure, as well as separate guides for disaster recovery and high availability.
czwartek, 16 czerwca 2016
We are pleased to announce the update to the resiliency technical guidance documentation for Microsoft Azure.
czwartek, 9 czerwca 2016
Announcing the availability of service-level guidance for disaster recovery.
poniedziałek, 23 maja 2016
Azure Site Recovery now supports replication to Premium Storage for VMware virtual machines/physical servers.
poniedziałek, 25 kwietnia 2016
The built-in active geo-replication has been generally available to the Premium databases for over a year. As a growing number of SaaS customers use the multi-tenant design pattern, including the use…
poniedziałek, 11 stycznia 2016
I’m excited to announce the general availability of the Azure Site Recovery (ASR) enhanced VMware to Azure functionality.
wtorek, 13 października 2015
Azure Site Recovery now provides first class support for SQL AlwaysOn.
środa, 29 lipca 2015
Today, I am happy to share that ASR integration with EMC VMAX and VMAX3 series and Symmetrix Remote Data Facility (SRDF) is now generally available.