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Beginner
Updated
Sep 12, 2018
Duration
1h 39m
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Developing a disaster recovery strategy is crucial in order to avoid any IT interruptions when building your own application on the Microsoft Azure platform. In this course, Designing a Disaster Recovery Strategy on Microsoft Azure, you'll learn about the design considerations that you should keep in mind when you're building applications in the cloud that can withstand unplanned failures. First, you'll explore common backup scenarios and how to determine disaster recovery requirements. Next, you'll discover how to design a recovery architecture. Finally, you'll learn how to enable geo-replication for Azure virtual machines and databases. By the end of this course, you'll have the necessary knowledge to efficiently architect the right solutions by utilizing different design topologies for disaster recovery on Microsoft Azure.

About the author
About the author

Mike Pfeiffer is a twenty year IT industry veteran, published author, and international conference speaker.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hey everyone. This is Mike Pfeiffer, and in this course, Designing a Disaster Recovery Strategy on Microsoft Azure, we'll take a look at the design considerations that you should keep in mind when you're building applications in the cloud that can withstand unplanned failures. To get started, we'll take a look at determining the recovery requirements for your applications. So we'll explore the concept of designing for failure, working with the Azure global infrastructure, and then you'll learn about the core services that enable disaster recovery on the Azure platform. Next, we'll move on to understanding some of the data protection strategies that we can use for disaster recovery on Azure. And throughout the rest of the course, we'll tie all these concepts together so you can understand how to architect the right solution using a number of different design topologies for disaster recovery architectures on Microsoft Azure. So if you're new to Azure and you need to start designing your own disaster recovery and business continuity strategy, this course is definitely for you.