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  • Announcing the GA of Disaster Recovery to Azure using Azure Site Recovery

    I am excited to announce the GA of the Disaster Recovery to Azure using Azure Site Recovery . In addition to enabling replication to and recovery in Microsoft Azure, ASR enables automated protection of VMs, remote health monitoring, no-impact recovery...
    Published Oct 02 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 223 views, 0 comments
  • Networking 101 for Disaster Recovery to Microsoft Azure using Site Recovery

    Getting the networking requirements right is a critical piece in ensuring Disaster Recovery readiness of your business critical workloads. When an administrator evaluates the disaster recovery capabilities that she needs for her application(s), she needs...
    Published Sep 09 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 270 views, 0 comments
  • Azure Site Recovery: Data Security and Privacy

    Microsoft is committed to ensuring the Privacy and Security of our customer’s data whenever it crosses on-premises boundaries and into Microsoft Azure. Azure Site Recovery, a cloud-based Disaster Recovery Service that enables protection and orchestrated...
    Published Sep 03 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 239 views, 0 comments
  • Share your feedback!

    Are you a System Administrator or Security Analyst? Would you like to influence the future of securing your virtualized infrastructure? If this sounds interesting to you, Microsoft Windows Server and cloud management Program Managers would like to hear...
    Published Aug 26 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 210 views, 0 comments
  • Migrate Windows Server 2012R2 Virtualized Workloads to Microsoft Azure with Azure Site Recovery

    Azure Site Recovery not only enables a low-cost, high-capability, CAPEX-saving, and OPEX-optimizing Disaster Recovery strategy for your IT Infrastructure, it can also help you quickly and easily spin-off additional development and testing environments...
    Published Aug 14 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 211 views, 0 comments
  • ExpressRoute + ASR = Efficient DR solution

    Microsoft recently announced the availability of Azure ExpressRoute which enabled our customers to create a private connection between their on-premises to Microsoft Azure. This ensured that the data to Azure used an alternate path to the internet where...
    Published Jul 20 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 193 views, 0 comments
  • Azure Site Recovery adds InMage Scout to Its Portfolio for Any Virtual and Physical Workload Disaster Recovery

    Azure Site Recovery with Hyper-V Replica already supports the ability to set up disaster recovery between your two Windows Server 2012+ Hyper-V data centers, or between your Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V data center and Microsoft Azure. Recently we acquired...
    Published Jul 17 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 221 views, 0 comments
  • Out-of-band Initial Replication (OOB IR) and Deduplication

    A recent conversation with a customer brought out the question: What is the best way to create an entire Replica site from scratch? At the surface this seems simple enough – configure initial replication to send the data over the network for the VMs one...
    Published Jul 11 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 258 views, 0 comments
  • Azure Site Recovery – case of the “network connection failure”

    Luís Caldeira is one of our early adopters who had pinged us with an interesting error. Thanks for reaching out to us Luís and sharing the details of your setup. This article will be of use to folks who have encountered this failure. Luís sent us a mail...
    Published Jul 07 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 265 views, 0 comments
  • Azure Site Recovery - FAQ

    Quick post to clarify some frequently asked questions on the newly announced Azure Site Recovery service which enables you to protect your Hyper-V VMs to Microsoft Azure. The FAQ will not address every feature capability - it should help you get started...
    Published Jun 25 2014 by Windows Virtualization Team Blog , 247 views, 0 comments
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