How to configure Azure Site Recovery, perform test failover and invoke disaster recovery failover – Part 3

In the previous post How to configure Azure Site Recovery, perform test failover and invoke disaster recovery failover – Part 2 – TechPress we have seen how to perform Test Failover using Azure Site Recovery. Also, we have seen how to clean up the test failover after verification of the application services on the server. We had noted down the RPO (Recovery Point Objective) and know how much time it takes to bring up the Server during DR (RTO). If you are following along via the previous posts, you know that our primary site is UK South and disaster recovery site is UK West. During Outage in Primary Site, we …

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How to configure Azure Site Recovery, perform test failover and invoke disaster recovery failover – Part 1

Site Recovery service is a BCDR (Business continuity and disaster recovery) solution which keeps your azure workload running during outages. You can configure this service to replicate the workloads to secondary site. Secondary site could be referred to as DR site as well. Its a region other than your primary site. For Example, if your Azure Workload is in Azure UK South Region, you can configure UK West to be your secondary region / DR Site. You can also replicate your on-premise servers to azure via ASR and have azure as your DR site. At the time of outage, just failover to secondary site to keep your application services / …

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