Hi and welcome back folks. In my last post HERE, we had a bit of a walkthrough of Azure Backup, and hopefully learned some or all of the following:
- A little bit about the Azure Recovery Services Vault and how to deploy one
- What a Backup Policy is and how to create one
- How to enable and disable the protection of an Azure VM
Now that we’ve covered the Azure VM stuff, let’s move on and have a look at backing up to/restoring from Azure using the “Microsoft Azure Recovery Services (MARS) agent”
Here’s a few links to what we’re covering in this post:
Continue reading “Azure Backup: Using Azure Backup Agent”
Welcome back folks. It’s been a while since I last posted as it’s been all go at my new job, learning LOADS, so that’s good 🙂
Recently I’ve been putting together some operational documentation on Azure Backup and decided to flesh things out a bit and blog on it…why not right?
As is becoming customary with my posts, this is likely to be a lengthy one as it’ll be covering a fair bit, in some detail.
This guide will mainly focus on using Azure Backup in an IaaS scenario but I’ll also be touching on the Azure Backup agent in part 2. I may end up writing a Site-Recovery piece at a later date, if so, I’ll link to it HERE
Here’s an overview of what’s covered in this post:
Continue reading “Azure Backup: A Walkthrough”
Hello again folks. I’ve not posted in a while as I’ve just changed jobs and been spending the majority of time learning the ropes, as is customary 🙂
As my new role is primarily focused on Azure and Azure Stack, I’ve been putting together some ARM templates and walking through the Azure Portal as much as I can.
One of the features I’ve had fun getting to grips with is this idea of Stored access policies, so much so I thought I’d blog about it…so here goes.
Continue reading “Stored Access Policies in Azure – Overview”