In this video, Sharon provides an agenda of the Azure backup solutions that will be demonstrated in this chapter, including Azure Backup, the Azure Backup Server (aka DPM), and the portal.
- [Instructor] I will be showing you a variety of azure backup solutions in this chapter. We will be creating an Azure Recovery Services vault. I'll show you how to back up Azure virtual machines, as well as backup system files and folders. We'll then create an Azure backup server, also know as a Data Protection Manager or DPM. Once this is created, we'll then be able to protect workloads, as well as Hyper-V virtual machines. Then we'll pop back into the Azure portal, and I'll show you how to protect Azure SQL Databases and Azure file shares.
And then finally once we have all this data in our Recovery Services vault, I'll provide an overview of that vault itself. Now let's get started with Azure backup.
- Creating a Recovery Services vault for Azure Backup
- Protecting virtual machines, files and folders, databases, workloads, and file shares
- Restoring virtual machines, files and folders, databases, workloads, and file shares
- Azure Site Recovery scenarios
- Running failover and failback tests
- Replicating an Azure virtual machine
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Disaster Recovery Overview
2. Azure Backup Solutions
3. Azure Restore Solutions
4. Azure Site Recovery
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