Disaster Recovery and Backup in Azure

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Azure Site Recovery replicates workloads running on physical and virtual machines (VMs) from a primary site to a secondary location. When an outage occurs at your primary site, you fail over to secondary location, and access apps from there. After the primary location is running again, you can fail back to it.

Why go for Disaster Recovery and Backup in Azure?

Unify data management, security, and protection

Reduce infrastructure costs

Ensure applications work when you need them

Restore your data at any point when you need

Protect all your major IT systems

Minimize downtime with dependable recovery

What is Azure Site Recovery and Backup Service?

Azure Site Recovery

Site Recovery helps ensure business continuity by keeping business apps and workloads running during outages.

Azure Backup

Azure Backup service keeps your data safe and recoverable in MS Azure cloud.


Disaster Recovery in Azure


availability due to reliable recovery time objectives


disaster recovery drills, without affecting production environments


all apps consistent over failover due to reliable data

Our client needed to migrate Disaster Recovery infrastructure from their secondary datacenter environment to Azure. Adastra implemented an Azure Site Recovery solution for Disaster Recovery in Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) Subscription, created under customer’s tenant.

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Azure Disaster Recovery Plan

Adastra can help you to create, configure and maintain your business-critical applications within a cloud-based solution. Our Azure Disaster Recovery plan consists of the following:

  • Create Recovery Services Vault

  • Install and configure Azure Site Recovery

  • Create replication policies that fit your workload including Hyper-V and VMWare

  • Create and deploy Recovery Plans

  • Transfer required backup

  • Perform failover and failback testing

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Azure Site Recovery offers ease of deployment, cost effectiveness, and dependability. Deploy replication, failover, and recovery processes through Site Recovery to help keep your applications running during planned and unplanned outages.



You can benefit from Azure backup service to back up On-prem or Azure cloud resources:

  • On-Premises: Back up files, folders, OS
  • Azure VMs: Back up entire Windows/Linux VMs (using backup extensions) or back up files, folders
  • Azure Managed Disks: Back up Azure Managed Disks
  • Azure Files shares: Back up Azure File shares to a storage account
  • SQL Server in Azure VMs: Back up SQL Server databases running on Azure VMs
  • Azure Blobs: Back up all your blob storages

Azure Site Recovery contributes to your business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) strategy, by orchestrating and automating replication of Azure VMs between regions, on-premises virtual machines and physical servers to Azure, and on-premises machines to a secondary datacenter.

  • Azure VMs
  • Hyper-V VMs
  • Physical servers

You can leverage Azure Site Recovery to protect most workloads running on a supported VM or physical server. Site Recovery provides support for application-aware replication, so that apps can be seamlessly recovered to an intelligent state.

Yes. When you use Site Recovery to orchestrate replication and failover in your branch offices, you’ll get a unified orchestration and view of all your branch office workloads in a central location. You can easily run failovers and administer disaster recovery of all branches from your head office, without visiting the branches.

Recovery point objective (RPO):

The amount of acceptable data loss if a recovery needs to be done.

Azure backup solutions have wide variability in their acceptable RPO:

Virtual machine backups usually have an RPO of one day, while database backups have RPOs as low as 15 minutes.

Azure Site Recovery solutions have low RPOs. The DR copy can be behind by a few seconds or a few minutes.

Recovery time objective (RTO):

The amount of time that it takes to complete a recovery or restore.

Azure backup solutions have high RTO’s because of the larger RPO, the amount of data that a backup solution needs to process is typically much higher.

Azure site Recovery solutions have smaller RTOs because they are more in sync with the source.

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