Join Sharon Bennett for an in-depth discussion in this video What you need to know, part of Microsoft Azure: Backup and Disaster Recovery.
- [Instructor] Before jumping into this course there are a few things that you need to know. First, we will be focusing in on Windows Servers. That's not to say that you cannot use the solutions that we're going to demonstrate for Linux machines or physical servers. Demonstrations that require a virtual machine will either be done in Assure or using Hyper-V or a combination of the two. System center operation manager, or SCOM, VMware and AWS are not covered in this course. And just like some of the home improvement shows, where they have a disclaimer that states some safety guards have been removed for demonstration, the same applies here.
In some cases, best practices are not being met for demonstration purposes only. As always, I highly recommend that you use Microsoft best practices. And always refer to the current Azure documentation as Microsoft is always enhancing and making improvements to Azure. Some of the steps that you see in this course may change over time. And with that, let's jump into Azure Disaster Recovery Solutions.
- Creating a Recovery Services vault for Azure Backup
- Protecting virtual machines, files and folders, databases, workloads, and file shares
- Restoring virtual machines, files and folders, databases, workloads, and file shares
- Azure Site Recovery scenarios
- Running failover and failback tests
- Replicating an Azure virtual machine
Skill Level Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Business Continuitywith Matt Hester2h 27m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Secure Resourceswith Sharon Bennett1h 39m Intermediate
1. Disaster Recovery Overview
2. Azure Backup Solutions
3. Azure Restore Solutions
4. Azure Site Recovery
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