Azure Backup and Azure Site Recovery are available in the two Azure regions Germany Central (Frankfurt) and Germany North East (Magdeburg) as of now. For all companies that have been prevented from using BCDR in the cloud by compliance rules it’s now the time to give it a try!
as Microsoft announced today Azure Backup and Azure Site Recovery are available in both German Azure Regions Germany Central and Germany North East as of now. So even for companies that rely on strict compliance rules it is now possible to use long-term backups in the cloud or build reliable BCDR architectures for Hyper-V, VMware and physical server infrastructures. Continue reading “Azure Backup and Azure Site Recovery available in Azure Germany”
Amazon’s AWS outage teached us that having mission-critical business systems running in the cloud doesn’t mean you don’t have to plan for high availability. Learn what you need to consider in this blog post.
One week ago, Amazon’s AWS customers impressively experienced what it means to depend on a cloud provider’s infrastructure as the US-EAST-1 region came down due to an employee’s error. Since, I’ve had lots of discussions about resiliency, reliability and redundancy of cloud infrastructures, especially of Microsoft’s Azure and Office 365 datacenters. But what happened? And is there any possibility to avoid your business coming down if there is a hardware outage in one of the Azure/Office 365 regions?
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Learn about the easiness of Restore-as-a-Service with Azure Backup Instant Restore.
today, Microsoft announced public preview for a feature I really appreciate: Azure Backup Instant Restore! Instant Restore is a feature that allows you to recover single items on file and folder level from an Azure Backup restore point to a Windows operating system. How it works? Go on reading.
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