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Protecting application availability – especially against threats like regional disasters – can be a high-cost endeavor involving complex planning and the need to remotely monitor service availability. This cost and complexity results in many applications which could benefit from protection going unprotected today.
Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager helps protect your on premises applications by automating the replication of virtual machines to a secondary location – and as of today, it’s now generally available.
It provides three key capabilities
These recovery plans enable automated disaster recovery orchestration by sequencing failover of different virtual machines and application tiers and providing customization through scripts and manual actions.
Now you can easily protect, monitor, and if needed recover your applications with an easy-to-use cloud-based service.
Several customers have already deployed Windows Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager in their environments, including as Aston Martin, United Airlines, and Pošta Slovenije. You can read more about specific capabilities in today’s blog posts from Brad Anderson and Scott Guthrie.
Learn more about Hyper-V Recovery Manager here.
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