As you work with Azure Site Recovery (ASR), you will want to test it. Learn how ASR provides a great utility to help ensure you have properly configured your recovery environment, in case you need it.
- [Instructor] One of the fantastic things about…Azure site recovery and leveraging this tool…is that you can perform to test failovers,…so it allows you to test the environment…and make sure that failover works properly.…Especially if you have a complex environment…where you're bringing back lots of servers,…it allows you to make sure that everything is coming up…in a proper order.…More importantly it builds it all up inside of Azure…and you can go test it after the fact,…to make sure the servers are running,…everything is connecting.…That it actually did in fact we recover it.…So the good thing about this is that you can test it…to verify it's going to work the way you want to,…in case you ever need it.…
So what I'm going to do inside of this module…is step you through how to start a test failover.…I already have one that's in process…and I'll explain why in just a few minutes…of what's happening with it and why it paused it…during the actual process,…but it's important to see how this works.…If you're following along, it will take generally…
- 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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