During any uncertain situation (existing pandemic, system outages, malware attacks, etc.) the Microsoft Azure provides a stable environment for your business where it keeps your business uninterrupted.
Tell me, who doesn’t want such solution.
Microsoft’s Azure Site Recovery service has come as a great relief for several organizations. As, it offers easy deployment, cost-effectiveness and reliability. You can deploy replication, redundancies, and recover processes through Site Recovery, which allows you to keep your applications unaffected during scheduled and unscheduled outages caused by unfortunate events and process failures. It ensures very minimal downtime and financial losses.
This blog details about Azure Site Recovery and why it is majorly opted by most of the organizations.
What is Azure Site Recovery?
Let’s see a quick overview on ASR and what it offers?
Microsoft Azure’s Recovery is a Disaster Service as a Recovery offered by Microsoft Azure. This service is designed to function in cloud and hybrid cloud environments. It continuously performs the process of data duplication and ensures whether it is in synchronization.
The snapshot features will allow you to know the status of your data after such fault occurrences. Azure provides this service in a pay-as-you-go model, reducing the cost of additional infrastructure.
Site Recovery handles several functionalities, it duplicates your servers from on-premises and third-party service providers to Azure. It moves Windows and Linux VMs hosted in VMware Hyper-V and Azure Stack, and Windows VMs supported by AWS to Azure.
Find out the reasons why does Organizations opt. For Azure Site Recovery?
Easy maintenance and deployment:
Setting up Site Recovery is a simple process. You can simply duplicate the Azure VM to another Azure region straight away from the Azure portal. It comes with the complete integration which automatically updates Site Recovery with new Azure features at its every release. It performs the multiple operations sequentially running on multiple VMs, reducing the recovery issues.
Keeps track on Recovery plan by doing continuous tests without affecting the production workloads or end users. It makes sure that your applications are keep readily available during any failovers with automatic recovery from on-premises to Azure.
Eliminate the cost of building the additional on-premises disaster recovery infrastructure to deploy. You can always opt. For the service or support needed for your applications and pay only for that service.
Make your compliance easy by following industry regulations such as ISO 27001 which allows you to perform site recovery between Azure environments. It provides coverage to many critical applications as you need, backed by Azure service recovery and service.
Make your recovery easy and fast with Site Recovery.
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