Hybrid cloud computing is the most common method to start working with Azure solutions. Find out how to effectively leverage the cloud platform to help protect your on-premise servers to protect your infrastructure.
- [Instructor] So if you think back a few years ago,…all we had was on-prem business continuity.…There was no concept of a cloud and, really,…that's all we had to do.…We used things like tape and media, which we've talked about…in another video about on-prem backup…and we sent those drives or tapes somewhere else…and made sure our data was safe.…Well, cloud has introduced a new concept for us…and it's called hybrid business continuity.…You now have a choice on how you backup…and recover your data.…But more importantly, is we've talked about hybrid.…I've mentioned this phrase a few times.…
Think AND, Not OR.…And really what this is, it's the best of both worlds.…You can have your cake and eat it, too,…and the cloud offers the ability…for you to work with technologies…outside of the realm of cost for your organization,…have off-site disaster recovery.…So when we think about hybrid computing,…and we think about the ability…of tying our on-prem environment to cloud technologies,…you really want to think AND not OR.…
- 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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