Azure Site Recovery
What you'll learn
- Understand Disaster Recovery as a service
- Azure Site Recovery and Details
- Perform Onprem VM migration to Azure using Azure Site Recovery
- Migrate VM to Azure
- Some basic Azure Knowledge, Azure Subscription, Vmware Workstation for lab
Welcome to Microsoft Azure Site Recovery course.
Azure Site Recovery (ASR) is a DRaaS offered by Azure for use in cloud and hybrid cloud architectures. A near-constant data replication process makes sure copies are in sync. The application consistent snapshot feature of Azure Site Recovery ensures that the data is in usable state after the failover.
ASR offers support for multiple scenarios:
Replication of physical servers from on-premises and third party service providers to Azure
Windows and Linux VMs hosted in VMware and Hyper-V to Azure
Windows VMs hosted in AWS to Azure
Windows and Linux VMs in Azure Stack to Azure
The Advantages of ASR
Microsoft Azure Site Recovery is essential for your business continuity strategies. This course will guide you through the design considerations you should keep in mind when planning to deploy Azure Site Recovery. We will go over on what is Azure Site Recovery, Requirements and the features & pricing model of Site Recovery. Also we will work on a real lab scenario of migrating and failover of a VM from on premises to Azure.
Owing to its cost-effectiveness, ease of use, and support for an extensive list of workloads, ASR has established itself as a world-leader in business continuity and disaster recovery solutions.
Who this course is for:
- Students who are looking for a comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Azure site recovery and understand Disaster Recovery as a service
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