Hello folks, On This episode of AZ Update I am joined by the one and only Shannon Kuehn (@shankuehn) to discuss the news of the week. This week we’ll cover Azure Monitor, Azure Reservations, Disaster recovery for Azure VMware Solution and of course the fall lineup of surface devices.
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Azure Backup released a new and improved alerting solution built on Azure Monitor (in preview), which enabled you to leverage the rich alerting capabilities offered by Azure to monitor and act on critical backup incidents.
You can also manage these alerts directly in Azure Backup center providing you the following benefits:
More details can be found here.
Reservation discounts applies to virtual machines, SQL databases, Azure Cosmos DB, or other resources that match your reservation and run in the reservation scope. The billing context is dependent on the subscription used to buy the reservation. But now, you can scope a reservation to a management group. Management groups give you enterprise-grade management at a large scale no matter what type of subscriptions you might have.
When you set the scope to a management group, the reservation discount is applied to matching resources in the list of subscriptions that are a part of the management group. The billing context is dependent on the subscription you used to buy the reservation, not necessarily the one where the reservation is applied.
More Information and documentation can be found here.
JetStream DR is disaster recovery software for VMware environments. It operates both in the customer’s datacenter, as well as in VMware clusters running in Azure VMware Solution.
It captures new data as it is written by the protected virtual machines and replicates it to Azure Blob Storage. When a disaster strikes your protected environment, the VMs and their data are recovered from Azure Blob Store and restarted in Azure VMware Solution.
More information on this subject can be found here.
This week we were introduced to the new lineup of Surface devices. 8 new Surface devices…
Not to mention all the accessories. They are built with Windows 11, designed to uniquely adapt to you. I’m personally stoked since my wife and daughters are still rocking the Surface Pro 3 I gave them years ago. Solid!
This week for our Learn Module of the Week! We are looking the “Run VMware workloads on Azure VMware Solution” learning path. A whole path partly written by my co-host and covering:
If you are using VMware on-prem, you should try it out.
That’s it for this week! Let us know in the comments below if there are other items you would like to see covered in the next show.
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