Azure Site Recovery Now Supports Disaster Recovery to Azure
Published Feb 15 2019 10:24 PM 185 Views
First published on TECHNET on Jun 19, 2014
Hyper-V Recovery Manager is now Azure Site Recovery and with that I am excited to announce the Preview of a new functionality that will enable Disaster Recovery to Azure. Our Enterprise and SMB customers can now protect, replicate, and failover Virtual Machines directly to Microsoft Azure – our guarantee remains that whether you enable Disaster Recovery across On-Premise Enterprise Private Clouds or directly to Azure, your virtualized workloads will be recovered accurately , consistently , and with minimal downtime . ASR supports Automated Protection and Replication of VMs, Customizable Recovery Plans that enable One-Click Recovery, No-Impact Recovery Plan Testing (ensures that you meet your Audit and Compliance requirements), and best-in-class Security and Privacy features that offer maximum resilience to your business critical applications with minimal cost and without the need to invest in a recovery datacenter. To know more about this announcement and what we have enabled in the Preview, check out Brad Anderson’s In the Cloud blog .

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