Using Azure Site Recovery as DRP
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Every contemporary organization should have a disaster recovery plan (DRP) in place to ensure data safety and business continuity. With the accessibility of present-day cloud services, luckily, setting up a valid DRP isn’t that complex or expensive. Azure offers one such service that’ll keep your apps and workloads running even during outages.
Read the article by Romain Serre, a Microsoft MVP, describing how to implement a DRP via Windows Admin Center by using Azure Site Recovery.