den 23 juli 2015
Azure Site Recovery (ASR) is simple for any user to protect Azure applications and enable orchestrated recovery and health monitoring. Learn how to leverage Storage Spaces on Windows servers to configure larger disks and recover these large volume workloads on Azure.
den 16 juli 2015
We're excited to announce the general availability of application-aware, one-click migration with Azure Site Recovery. With this new GA, all of Microsoft Migration Accelerator’s functionality is now incorporated into Azure Site Recovery.
den 9 juli 2015
I’m excited to announce the GA of an important functionality in Azure Site Recovery that lets you enable replication and protection of your VMware workloads and physical machines to Azure.
den 9 juli 2015
Across our proven enterprise capabilities, we are bringing the benefits of cloud speed, scale and economics to everyone-- no matter what platform you're on, or what cloud environment you choose.
den 13 maj 2015
If you missed any of the Azure Site Recovery sessions at Ignite 2015, check out the recordings.
den 4 maj 2015
Over the last few months we have worked in close partnership with these application groups at Microsoft to enable you to deploy best-in-class disaster recovery and availability solutions with ASR.
den 28 april 2015
In order for us to deliver a superior experience for leveraging Azure as your Disaster Recovery site, we brought together a broad range of expertise from multiple teams. With what we’ve been able to achieve together, we see Azure Site Recovery (ASR) has an exciting new beginning.
den 21 april 2015
This article shows how to leverage Azure SIte Recover and SQL Always On Availability Groups for end to end Application Recovery
den 26 mars 2015
Today’s Preview announcement delivers on another widely requested scenario from Azure Site Recovery (ASR) users – the ability to enable protection and disaster recovery for VMware virtual machines and physical servers to Azure.
den 18 mars 2015
Azure Site Recovery users cannot directly protect Hyper-V VMs that have a data disk (VHD) with size greater than 1 TB. This blog describes a workaround that helps you protect Hyper-V VMs with data disks larger than 1 TB.