During this demonstration, learn how to create an Azure Recovery vault, deploy the Azure Backup Agent, and configure a file and folder back on Windows Server 2012 R2.
- [Instructor] In this lesson, I'm going to…show you how you backup your files and folders…using the backup agent.…As you can see here, I'm looking at a Server 2012 machine…and I've logged into Azure.…The first thing we need to do is launch the backup…and site recovery vault blade.…To do so, I'm going to scroll down…to More services and then I'm going to go ahead…and start typing backup.…Now as soon as I start typing backup,…you'll notice we have two options,…we have the Backup vaults classic…and the Recovery Services vault.…
Microsoft does recommend using the Recovery Services vault,…unless you're specifically working with resources…in the classic portal.…I'm going to go ahead and click on Recovery Services vault.…The first thing we need to do is…create a recovery services vault…and to do so, I'm just going to go ahead…and click on either the blue button,…Create Recovery Services vault…or I can go to Add.…First thing we need to do is provide a name for our vault.…
Select your Subscription, your Resource group.…I'm going to go ahead and change the Resource group,…
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