Site Recovery

Official Documentation

Service Description

The Hyper-V Recovery Manager enables the coordinated replication and the recovery of resources in a private cloud environment in a second environment. Using System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager, private clouds can be secured by continuous replication to a second data center location and, where necessary (in case of failure of the first location), activated.

Getting Started

  1. 8/28/2017, Video, 0:09:41
    Kelly Anderson joins Scott Hanselman to show how Azure Site Recovery can help save the day to keep your applications available in the event of a disaster.For more information,...
  2. 9/27/2017, Video, 1:00:49
    New services such as Azure Migration Planner, partnered with the migration capability of Site Recovery will simplify migration of on-premises workloads to Azure. Azure...
  3. 10/2/2017, Video, 0:34:14
    Azure Service Updates (5 minutes) – by Paresh Sharda (Azure Infrastructure TSP)Azure Site Recovery  – Disaster Recovery as a Service (20 minutes) – by Paresh Sharda (Azure...
  4. 9/29/2017, Video, 1:10:49
    In this session, learn how you can enable a cloud-based disaster recovery solution with Azure Site Recovery. You’ll learn how to configure, manage, and test your disaster...
  5. 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...
  6. 6/27/2017, Webpage
    Site Recovery Click-Through
  7. 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. Site Recovery Documentation
2. Overview
     2.1. About Site Recovery
3. Quickstarts
     3.1. Replicate an Azure VM to another region
4. Tutorials
     4.1. Azure VMs
          4.1.1. Set up disaster recovery
          4.1.2. Run a disaster recovery drill
          4.1.3. Run failover and failback
     4.2. VMware VMs
          4.2.1. Prepare Azure
          4.2.2. Prepare on-premises VMware
          4.2.3. Set up disaster recovery
          4.2.4. Run a disaster recovery drill
          4.2.5. Run failover and failback
     4.3. Hyper-V VMs
          4.3.1. Prepare Azure
          4.3.2. Prepare on-premises Hyper-V
          4.3.3. Set up disaster recovery for Hyper-V VMs
          4.3.4. Set up disaster recovery of Hyper-V VMs in VMM clouds
          4.3.5. Run a disaster recovery drill
          4.3.6. Run failover and failback
     4.4. Migrate to Azure
          4.4.1. Prepare Azure for on-premises replication
          4.4.2. Migrate on-premises machines to Azure
          4.4.3. Migrate AWS instances to Azure
          4.4.4. Migrate Azure VMs to another region
5. Concepts
     5.1. Azure VMs
          5.1.1. Azure to Azure architecture
          5.1.2. Azure to Azure support matrix
     5.2. VMware VMs and physical servers
          5.2.1. Replication to Azure
               5.2.1.1. Common questions for VMware to Azure replication
               5.2.1.2. VMware/physical to Azure support matrix
               5.2.1.3. VMware to Azure architecture
               5.2.1.4. Physical to Azure architecture
               5.2.1.5. Multi-tenant support for VMware replication to Azure
               5.2.1.6. About the Mobility service
               5.2.1.7. Failback location options
          5.2.2. Replication to a secondary site
               5.2.2.1. VMware/physical to secondary site support matrix
               5.2.2.2. VMware/physical to secondary site architecture
     5.3. Hyper-V VMs
          5.3.1. Replication to Azure
               5.3.1.1. Hyper-V to Azure support matrix
               5.3.1.2. Hyper-V to Azure architecture
          5.3.2. Replication to a secondary site
               5.3.2.1. Hyper-V to secondary site support matrix
               5.3.2.2. Hyper-V to secondary site architecture
     5.4. Networking
          5.4.1. Azure Traffic Manager with Site Recovery
          5.4.2. ExpressRoute with Site Recovery
          5.4.3. Network Security Groups with Site Recovery
     5.5. Disaster recovery for apps
     5.6. About recovery plans
     5.7. About migration
     5.8. About role-based access control with Site Recovery
     5.9. FAQ
6. How-to Guides
     6.1. Azure to Azure
          6.1.1. Networking
               6.1.1.1. Manage networking for Azure VM disaster recovery
               6.1.1.2. Prepare network mapping in Azure VM disaster recovery
               6.1.1.3. Set up IP addressing for failover
               6.1.1.4. ExpressRoute with Azure VM disaster recovery
          6.1.2. Disaster recovery
               6.1.2.1. Disaster recovery of Azure VMs after migration to Azure
               6.1.2.2. Disaster recovery of Azure VMs using PowerShell
          6.1.3. Replication, failover, and failback
               6.1.3.1. Enable Azure to Azure replication
               6.1.3.2. Reprotect from an Azure secondary region to primary
          6.1.4. Troubleshooting
               6.1.4.1. Troubleshoot Azure to Azure replication
               6.1.4.2. Troubleshoot Azure Site Recovery extension
          6.1.5. Manage
               6.1.5.1. Automatic update of mobility service extension
     6.2. VMware/physical to Azure
          6.2.1. Networking
               6.2.1.1. Manage network interfaces for on-premises to Azure replication
               6.2.1.2. Set up IP addressing for failover
          6.2.2. Capacity planning
               6.2.2.1. Capacity planning for VMware replication to Azure
               6.2.2.2. Deployment Planner tool for VMware replication to Azure
                    6.2.2.2.1. Overview and prerequisites
                    6.2.2.2.2. Run the Deployment Planner tool
                    6.2.2.2.3. Analyze the generated report
                    6.2.2.2.4. Analyze the cost estimation report
               6.2.2.3. Scale out process servers for VMware replication
          6.2.3. Disaster recovery
               6.2.3.1. Replicate VMware virtual machines to Azure using PowerShell
               6.2.3.2. Disaster recovery of physical servers to Azure
               6.2.3.3. Set up the source environment for VMware VMs
               6.2.3.4. Set up the source environment for physical servers
               6.2.3.5. Deploy the configuration server for VMware replication
               6.2.3.6. Set up the target environment for VMware VMs
               6.2.3.7. Set up the target environment for physical servers
               6.2.3.8. Configure replication settings
               6.2.3.9. Exclude disks from replication
               6.2.3.10. Enable VMware VM replication
               6.2.3.11. Multi-tenancy with CSP for VMWare VMs
          6.2.4. Deploy the Mobility service
               6.2.4.1. Mobility service overview
               6.2.4.2. Deploy the Mobility service with System Center Configuration Manager
          6.2.5. Failover and failback
               6.2.5.1. Run a disaster recovery drill to Azure
               6.2.5.2. Set up recovery plans
               6.2.5.3. Add Azure runbooks to recovery plans
               6.2.5.4. Set up and manage a failback process server in Azure
               6.2.5.5. Set up a Linux master target server for failback
               6.2.5.6. Run a failover to Azure
               6.2.5.7. Run a failover and failback for physical servers
               6.2.5.8. Fail back from Azure to VMware
               6.2.5.9. Reprotect from Azure to on-premises VMware
          6.2.6. Manage
               6.2.6.1. Manage the configuration server for VMware replication
               6.2.6.2. Manage the configuration server for physical server replication
               6.2.6.3. Manage vCenter servers
               6.2.6.4. Remove servers and disable protection
               6.2.6.5. Delete a vault
          6.2.7. Monitor and troubleshoot
               6.2.7.1. Monitor Azure Site Recovery
               6.2.7.2. Troubleshoot VMware to Azure replication
               6.2.7.3. Troubleshoot the Mobility service in VMware and physical server replication
               6.2.7.4. Troubleshoot failover to Azure
               6.2.7.5. Troubleshoot reprotection and failback of VMware VMs from Azure
     6.3. VMware/physical to a secondary site
          6.3.1. Disaster recovery of VMware VMs and physical servers to a secondary site
     6.4. Hyper-V to Azure
          6.4.1. Networking
               6.4.1.1. Manage network interfaces for on-premises to Azure replication
               6.4.1.2. Set up IP addressing for failover
          6.4.2. Capacity planning
               6.4.2.1. Deployment Planner tool for Hyper-V replication to Azure
                    6.4.2.1.1. Overview and prerequisites
                    6.4.2.1.2. Run the Deployment Planner tool
                    6.4.2.1.3. Analyze the generated report
                    6.4.2.1.4. Analyze the cost estimation report
          6.4.3. Disaster recovery
               6.4.3.1. Set up Hyper-V replication to Azure (no VMM) using PowerShell
               6.4.3.2. Set up Hyper-V replication to Azure (with VMM) using PowerShell
               6.4.3.3. Prepare network mapping for Hyper-V VM disaster recovery
               6.4.3.4. Exclude disks from replication for Hyper-V to Azure
          6.4.4. Failover and failback
               6.4.4.1. Run a disaster recovery drill to Azure
               6.4.4.2. Set up recovery plans
               6.4.4.3. Add VMM scripts to recovery plans
               6.4.4.4. Add Azure runbooks to recovery plans
               6.4.4.5. Run a failover to Azure
               6.4.4.6. Fail back from Azure to Hyper-V
          6.4.5. Manage
               6.4.5.1. Remove servers and disable protection
               6.4.5.2. Delete a vault
          6.4.6. Monitor and troubleshoot
               6.4.6.1. Troubleshoot Hyper-V replication
               6.4.6.2. Monitor Azure Site Recovery
     6.5. Hyper-V to secondary
          6.5.1. Disaster recovery of Hyper-V VMs to a secondary site
          6.5.2. Set up Hyper-V replication to a secondary VMM site using PowerShell
          6.5.3. Run a disaster recovery drill for Hyper-V VMs to a secondary site
          6.5.4. Set up IP addressing for failover
          6.5.5. Add VMM scripts to recovery plans
          6.5.6. Run a failover and failback between on-premises sites
          6.5.7. Performance scale tests for Hyper-V replication to a secondary site
     6.6. Replicate apps
          6.6.1. Active Directory and DNS
          6.6.2. SQL Server
          6.6.3. SharePoint
          6.6.4. Dynamics AX
          6.6.5. RDS
          6.6.6. Exchange
          6.6.7. SAP
          6.6.8. File Server
          6.6.9. IIS based web applications
          6.6.10. Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop
          6.6.11. Other workloads
7. Reference
     7.1. Azure PowerShell
     7.2. Azure PowerShell classic
     7.3. REST
8. Related
     8.1. Azure Automation
9. Resources
     9.1. Azure Roadmap
     9.2. Blog
     9.3. Forum
     9.4. Learning path
     9.5. Pricing
     9.6. Pricing calculator
     9.7. Service updates

Online Training Content

Date Title
8/18/2017 Hybrid IT Management Part 2: Cloud-Enabled Protection
12/14/2015 Modernize Your Datacenter
1/28/2015 Is your lack of a disaster recovery site keeping you up at night?
1/20/2015 Hybrid Cloud Workloads: Disaster Recovery and High Availability
12/30/2014 Microsoft Business Continuity
12/18/2014 Dive Deep into Networking Storage and Disaster Recovery Scenarios
8/26/2014 Hybrid Cloud Workloads: Disaster Recovery and High Availability

Tools

Tool Description
Microsoft Azure Recovery Services vault performance health check The Power Shell script checks the current number of protected VMs per Recovery Services vault and for each backup policy in one Azure subscription. For more details visit the following blog article to get more insights about this script.
Azure PowerShell Script: Create a Recovery Services vault This script will allow you to create a Recovery Services vault in your Azure Subscription.To use it, first adjust all variables to your use. Afterwards login into Azure PowerShell with your Azure Subscription credentials and run the script.The script will first create a Resource

Videos

Date Title Length
5/6/2018
Secure and manage your Azure resources
1:33:22
1/24/2018
Azure Site Recovery's new onboarding experience
0:08:03
1/24/2018
Azure Site Recovery Monitoring
0:07:06
1/24/2018
Azure Site Recovery monitoring
0:07:05
1/24/2018
Azure Site Recovery's new onboarding experience
0:08:02
12/17/2017
Cloud Tech 10 - 18th December 2017 - Bot Service, Language Understanding, Azure France 🇫🇷 and more
0:06:22
10/11/2017
Business continuity for your business running in IaaS
1:11:16
10/11/2017
Application-aware disaster recovery for VMware, Hyper-V and Azure IaaS VMs with Azure Site Recovery
0:00:00
10/2/2017
Azure Site Recovery
0:34:14
9/29/2017
Application-aware disaster recovery for VMware, Hyper-V and Azure IaaS VMs with Azure Site Recovery
1:10:49

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