Information and announcements from Program Managers, Product Managers, Developers and Testers in the Microsoft Virtualization team.
Azure Site Recovery not only enables a low-cost, high-capability, CAPEX-saving, and OPEX-optimizing Disaster Recovery strategy for your IT Infrastructure, it can also help you quickly and easily spin-off additional development and testing environments or migrate on-premise virtual machines to Microsoft Azure. For customers who want a unified solution that reduces downtime of their production workloads during migration and that also enables verification of their applications in Azure without any impact to production, Azure Site Recovery with its in-built features makes migrating to Azure simple, reliable, and quick. The flowchart below describes a typical migration flow using Azure Site Recovery. For more information, please visit the following detailed blog on how to migrate on-premise virtualized workloads to Azure using Azure Site Recovery.
Is there any limit of the number of VMs suported by ASR ? (Simultaneous protection, 1000? 5000? 1M...) Thanks for the post
Thanks for the info. Might come in handy at work since i'm working with this software. I'l ask the boss if we can do this to our office. We currently use
http://www.toot.ro/author/silviu/ but i guess what your saying is without a doubt better.