TechNet Friday October: Azure Site Recovery & Azure Backup


TechNet Friday. Azure Site Recovery
High availability and disaster recovery are key components of an Enterprise’s IT environment. While more and more companies are adopting Hyper-V on Server 2012 R2 for their private cloud solution, this session will show you how you can leverage on the power of Microsoft Azure, for building a Hyper-V based disaster recovery datacenter. That’s right! You can migrate your in-house VM’s to Microsoft Azure, guaranteeing uptime and availability of the machine and the applications to your end-users. No using Hyper-V yet?? No worries, Azure Site Recovery can also act as failover for your Vmware or physical host platform.
Learn from Peter De Tender, appreciated technical speaker, Microsoft Infrastructure Architect, Microsoft Certified Trainer and Windows IT Pro MVP

Presented by: Peter De Tender, MVP
Tech Level: 300

TechNet Friday Extra. Azure Backup
Azure Backup is a multi-tenanted Azure service that enables you to back up your data present anywhere: on-premises or in Azure. It replaces your existing on-premises or offsite backup solution with a reliable, secure and cost competitive cloud based offering. It also provides the flexibility of protecting assets running in the cloud. Azure Backup is built on top of a world class infrastructure that is scalable, durable and highly available. Using this solution, you can back up data and applications from their System Center Data Protection Manager (SCDPM) servers, Windows servers, Windows client machines or Azure IaaS virtual machines.
In this session we will walk you through the technical capabilities of Azure Backup and show you how it works in real life.

Presented by: Rasmus Hald, Microsoft
Tech Level: 300

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TechNet Friday: Azure Site Recovery (2/10)

https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/TechNet-Friday/TechNet-Friday-October-2015-Azure-Site-Recovery

TechNet Friday: Azure Backup (2/10)

https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/TechNet-Friday/TechNet-Friday-Extra-Azure-Backup

Recorded on October 2, 2015 10.00 – 12.00

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