Configuring Azure Site Recovery goes hand in hand with the installation process. In this video, learn about the basics of properly configuring your ASR environment.
- [Instructor] So after you install the initial ASR agents…and get your Hyper-V server or your VMware environment…talking to the recovery services vault,…the next thing you're going to have to do is actually enable…some replication and do some configuration stats…to start protecting your environment.…So, I'm going to go back to my Getting Started in Site Recovery…and now I'm going to hop down to Replicate Application.…Now the first thing it's going to ask me is…what's the Source?…So it's that HyperVSite.…Remember, that site's going to tell us…where we're going to be pulling our information from.…I'm just going to OK that site…that I've created earlier.…Then it's going to ask what do we want to configure?…Where's the source and target?…Where's our resource group…where we're going to store all this information?…Where's this Azure storage account?…What network am I going to use?…Now the network's interesting.…
And when we talk about recovery plans…in just a second,…you can control some of that networking,…especially when we start enabling replication.…
- Examining platform choices
- Creating the Recovery Services vault
- Installing the agent
- Configuring the agent
- Installing Azure Backup Server
- Configuring Azure Backup Server
- Testing failover
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Azure Overview
2. Business Continuity Overview
3. Azure Backup
4. Azure Backup Server
5. Azure Site Recovery
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