See how businesses are modernizing their IT infrastructure with HCI and the hybrid cloud to make for a more stable computing environment.
We’re entering the laid-back days of Summer. There isn’t much Azure IaaS news, but we’re after quality, not quantity. June was a good news month for those of us using Microsoft Azure.
Vital steps to maintaining an effective DR plan so that you don’t find yourself in the dark during the next outage.
After quite a long preview, Microsoft has made Azure Site Recovery (ASR) for Azure virtual machines generally available, providing inter-region replication of IaaS workloads. This is also known as Azure to Azure Site Recovery or A2ASR.
Aidan Finn explains several ways that you can use Traffic Manager, Azure’s website redirection solution, that enables high availability, fault tolerance, and more between different application deployments.
Building in disaster recovery protection from ransomware is a key step to making sure that when, not if, your company is impacted by these viruses that you remain protected.
If you haven’t moved to a hybrid cloud scenario, you should consider these benefits as there are many reasons to upgrade your environment.
There are two primary types of backup technologies and knowing the difference between backup and replication will help you choose the best path forward.
If you don’t know where to start with your DR planning check out this essential DR checklist to make sure you have the basics covered.
Aidan Finn explains how the components of Azure File Sync fit together and how they work together in an example multi-site scenario.
Aidan Finn discusses some architectural elements that you will use if you wish to deploy services across availability zones within a single Azure region.
Aidan Finn summarizes everything that was announced or changed in the world of Azure infrastructure.
See how the cloud can enhance your backup and DR capabilities and make sure that you are prepared for the next interruption to your environment.