Azure Backup

Official Documentation

Service Description

The backup tools in Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 Essentials, and System Center 2012 Data Protection Manager, working together with the Microsoft Azure Backup Service, allow the creation of (incremental or full) backups of local systems in Microsoft Azure Storage. Backups can then be loaded very easily on any server systems as needed.

Getting Started

  1. 9/27/2016, Webpage
    Use Azure Backup to protect your data by backing it up to the Microsoft cloud. Your data can be anything from a single file or folder up to a datacenter. Azure Backup can be...
  2. 10/5/2017, Video, 1:07:07
    Backups are susceptible to corruption, accidental deletion and ransomware. In this session, learn how Azure Backup can reduce the costs and complexity traditionally associated...
  3. 3/19/2018, Blog
    Tim Tetrick   Hello Microsoft Cloud Partners! One of the first services that we see a lot of partners and customers getting started with in Azure is Azure Backup.  I recorded...
  4. 9/27/2017, Video, 1:11:53
    Learn how Microsoft Azure Backup and Azure Site Recovery protect your enterprise data and applications while reducing costs and limiting downtime. We outline the current...
  5. 1/5/2017, Blog
    One of the biggest questions that we have been getting from either customers that are new to Azure or who are considering Azure, is how can I quickly get up and running with...
  6. 8/18/2017, Mva
    If you’re wondering how the cloud can enhance your ability to protect and recover on-premises data and workloads, be sure to check out this course, the second in a multi-part...



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Azure Documentation

1. Azure Backup Documentation
2. Overview
     2.1. What is Azure Backup?
3. Quickstarts
     3.1. Back up a VM - Portal
     3.2. Back up a VM - PowerShell
     3.3. Back up a VM - CLI
4. Tutorials
     4.1. Back up Azure VMs at scale
     4.2. Restore a disk
     4.3. Restore individual files
     4.4. Back up Windows Server
     4.5. Restore files to Windows Server
5. Samples
     5.1. Azure PowerShell
     5.2. Resource Manager templates
6. Concepts
     6.1. FAQ
          6.1.1. FAQ on Recovery Services vault
          6.1.2. FAQ on Azure VM backup
          6.1.3. FAQ on file-folder backup using Azure Backup agent
          6.1.4. FAQ on auto-upgrade of backup vault
     6.2. Role-Based Access Control
     6.3. Security for hybrid backups
     6.4. Configure offline-backup
     6.5. Offline backup for DPM and Azure Backup Server
     6.6. Replace your tape library
7. How to
     7.1. Azure Backup Server
          7.1.1. Azure Backup Server protection matrix
          7.1.2. Install or upgrade
               7.1.2.1. Prepare Azure Backup Server workloads in Azure portal
               7.1.2.2. Install Azure Backup Server on Azure Stack
               7.1.2.3. Add storage to Azure Backup Server
               7.1.2.4. Upgrade Azure Backup Server to v.2
               7.1.2.5. Unattended installation of Azure Backup Server
          7.1.3. Protect workloads
               7.1.3.1. VMware server
               7.1.3.2. Exchange
               7.1.3.3. SharePoint farm
               7.1.3.4. SQL Server
               7.1.3.5. Protect system state and bare metal recovery
               7.1.3.6. Files and Applications on Azure Stack
          7.1.4. Recover data from Azure Backup Server
     7.2. Azure File shares
          7.2.1. Back up Azure File shares
          7.2.2. Back up Azure File shares FAQ
     7.3. Azure VMs
          7.3.1. Prepare the VM
               7.3.1.1. Prepare Resource Manager-deployed VMs
               7.3.1.2. Application consistent backups of Linux VMs
          7.3.2. Plan your environment
               7.3.2.1. Plan VM backup infrastructure
          7.3.3. Back up VMs
               7.3.3.1. Back up Azure VMs to Recovery Services vault
               7.3.3.2. Back up encrypted VMs
               7.3.3.3. Enable VM backup during VM creation
               7.3.3.4. Upgrade to VM backup stack V2
          7.3.4. Manage and monitor VMs
               7.3.4.1. Manage Azure VM backups in Azure portal
               7.3.4.2. Monitor alerts for Azure VM backups
          7.3.5. Restore data from VMs
               7.3.5.1. Recover files from Azure VM backups
               7.3.5.2. Restore VMs in Azure portal
               7.3.5.3. Restore encrypted VMs
               7.3.5.4. Restore Key Vault key and secret for encrypted VMs
     7.4. Configure Azure Backup reports
          7.4.1. Configure Azure Backup reports
          7.4.2. Data model for Azure Backup reports
          7.4.3. Log Analytics data model for Azure Backup
     7.5. Data Protection Manager
          7.5.1. Prepare DPM workloads in Azure portal
          7.5.2. Use DPM to back up Exchange server
          7.5.3. Recover data to alternate DPM server
          7.5.4. Use DPM to back up SQL Server workloads
          7.5.5. Use DPM to back up a SharePoint farm
     7.6. Use Azure PowerShell
          7.6.1. Azure VMs in Azure portal
          7.6.2. DPM in Azure portal
          7.6.3. Windows Server in Azure portal
     7.7. Azure SQL Database
          7.7.1. Configure and restore SQL Database backups - SQL storage
          7.7.2. Configure and restore SQL Database backups - Recovery Services vault
     7.8. Windows Server
          7.8.1. Back up Windows Server files and folders
          7.8.2. Back up Windows Server System State
          7.8.3. Recover files from Azure to Windows Server
          7.8.4. Restore Windows Server System State
          7.8.5. Monitor and manage Recovery Services vaults
     7.9. Recovery Services vault
          7.9.1. Overview of Recovery Services vaults
          7.9.2. Upgrading a Backup vault to Recovery Services vault
          7.9.3. Delete a Recovery Services vault
     7.10. Troubleshoot
          7.10.1. Azure VM
          7.10.2. Azure Backup agent or VM extension timed out
          7.10.3. Files and folders backup is slow
          7.10.4. Azure Backup Server
          7.10.5. System Center DPM
          7.10.6. Azure Backup agent
          7.10.7. Azure File share
8. Reference
     8.1. .NET
     8.2. Azure CLI 2.0
     8.3. PowerShell
     8.4. REST - Backup
     8.5. REST - Recovery Services vault
9. Resources
     9.1. Azure Roadmap
     9.2. MSDN forum
     9.3. Pricing
     9.4. Pricing calculator
     9.5. Service updates
     9.6. Videos

Online Training Content

Date Title
8/18/2017 Hybrid IT Management Part 2: Cloud-Enabled Protection
1/19/2016 Design and Implement Cloud Data Platform Solutions
12/14/2015 Modernize Your Datacenter
1/20/2015 Hybrid Cloud Workloads: Disaster Recovery and High Availability
12/30/2014 Microsoft Business Continuity
8/26/2014 Hybrid Cloud Workloads: Storage and Backup
8/26/2014 Hybrid Cloud Workloads: Disaster Recovery and High Availability

Tools

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Videos

Date Title Length
5/6/2018
Secure and manage your Azure resources
1:33:22
5/3/2018
Getting Started with Azure Backup: Protect Windows Server with MARS Agent
0:05:37
4/25/2018
How to get started with Azure Backup | Protecting an IaaS VM
0:08:57
3/27/2018
Azure Backup Tips n Tricks - Fix Backup Issues with NSG rules
0:06:03
2/3/2018
Configure application consistent backup for Linux VMs using Azure Backup
0:03:23
1/29/2018
Cloud Tech 10 - 29th January 2018 - Zone Redundant Scale Sets and Storage and more!
0:04:22
1/18/2018
Azure Friday | Azure Backup
0:12:36
1/18/2018
Azure Backup
0:12:35
11/13/2017
Cloud Tech 10 - 13th November 2017 - Grafana, Linux FUSE Adapter, Azure Stack and more!
0:06:15
11/9/2017
Windows Server System State with Azure Backup is now GA
0:05:05

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