In this lesson, Sharon provides an overview of the Azure Site Recovery service, including the benefits, use cases, and supported workloads for virtual machines hosted on Hyper-V and VMWare, as well as physical deployments.
- [Presenter] Let's take a look at Azure Site Recovery,…or ASR in depth; there are several benefits…to using Azure Site Recovery or ASR,…including the replication frequency.…You can actually replicate your data from on-premise…to Azure every 30 seconds, five minutes, or 15 minutes;…you need to secure your data using certificates,…special hardware is not required for this,…but we'll get into a little bit more detail about that…a little further on,…and you can replicate your Azure virtual machines,…VM virtual machines, and your physical servers.…
Before we go any further, I like to just clarify…the difference between a planned and unplanned failover;…our planned failovers are failovers where we…expected the outage, we could be doing testing,…we know that there's going to be an upgrade,…system update, so we know that there will be…an outage of some sort,…and this will result in zero data loss.…An unplanned failover is an unexpected outage;…a typical occurrence of unexpected outage…would be a thunderstorm, where you lose power,…
Note: As an intermediate-level course, an existing understanding of the Azure platform is required. The course can also serve to deepen the skills of IT professionals wishing to prepare for Azure certification.
- Monitoring Azure solutions
- Operations Management Suite, Azure Service Health, and Azure Application Insights
- Azure regions and domains
- Designing a recovery strategy with Azure Site Recovery and Azure Backup
- Configuring and deploying your recovery strategy
- Azure Automation use cases