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Create a geo-redundant, multi-data center RDS deployment for disaster recovery

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We’ve published new documentation on how to protect the resources running in your RDS deployment and enable disaster recovery through a geo-redundant RDS deployment.

 

When you deploy Remote Desktop Services into your environment, it becomes a critical part of your infrastructure, particularly the apps and resources that you share with users. If the RDS deployment goes down due to anything from a network failure to a natural disaster, users can’t access those apps and resources, and your business is negatively impacted. To avoid this, you can configure a disaster recovery solution that allows you to failover your deployment – if your RDS deployment is unavailable, for whatever reason, there is a backup available to automatically take over.

 

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Read about it on the Enterprise Mobility and Security blog.

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