Microsoft Announced The General Availability For Azure Site Recovery #Azure #HyperV #MSCloud

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Published on | Updated on February 25, 2021

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Hello folks,

In TechEd NA this year, Microsoft announced that Hyper-V Recovery Manager would be rebranded to Microsoft Azure Site Recovery (ASR), at that time Microsoft also made available a free technical preview of the product back in June.

On Thursday October 2nd 2014, Microsoft announced the general availability (GA) of Azure Site Recovery (ASR). ASR is a cloud based service which coordinates failover and failback between two SCVMM 2012 R2 managed datacenters, or one if the same VMM instance is used to manage both datacenters. Azure Site Recovery will provide the option to failover a site with Virtual Machine Manager managed VM’s based on Hyper-V to Microsoft Azure.

More information about Microsoft Azure Site Recovery here.

N’joy your day!

Cheers,
/Charbel

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