Microsoft Azure Site Recovery is essential for your business continuity strategies. This course will guide you through the design considerations you should keep in mind when planning to deploy Azure Site Recovery.
Utilizing the Microsoft Azure platform is key to having efficient business continuity strategies by designing and deploying Azure Site Recovery. In this course, Designing a Site Recovery Strategy on Microsoft Azure, you'll learn how to design and implement a Site Recovery solution using the Microsoft Azure platform. First, you'll explore some common replication scenarios and how to determine storage, networking, and capacity planning requirements. Next, you'll discover how to enable replication for physical and virtual machines. Finally, you'll delve into performing failover and failback operations to enable business continuity. By the end of this course, you'll have the necessary knowledge to efficiently design and implement your own Site Recovery and business continuity strategy utilizing the Microsoft Azure platform.
Course Overview Hey everyone. This is Mike Pfeiffer and welcome to Designing a Site Recovery Strategy on Microsoft Azure. In this course we'll take a look at the design considerations you should keep in mind when planning to deploy Azure site recovery. To get started we'll take a look at defining your site recovery goals and we'll explore the basics of the site recovery service, and then we'll discuss the various options you have when it comes to protecting physical servers, as well as VMware and Hyper-V virtual machines. Next, we'll move onto designing your site recovery infrastructure, and you'll learn about the components you need to deploy in order to enable site recovery for your own organization. Throughout the rest of the course we'll take a look at the various operating systems and workloads that you can replicate and migrate to Azure using the site recovery service, and then we'll dive into the considerations that you need to keep in mind when it comes to designing a site failover strategy with Microsoft Azure. So if you're brand new to Azure site recovery, and you need to start designing your own disaster recovery and business continuity strategy with Microsoft Azure this course is definitely for you.