Azure Site Recovery

4.7
(10)

Recovery plans are simple to create through the Azure management portal, where they are stored. The plans can be as simple or as advanced as your business requirements demand, including the execution of custom Windows PowerShell scripts and pauses for manual interventions.

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Azure Site Recovery Features

Management

Disaster Recovery

Delegate backup settings to facilitate specific recovery in the result of a disaster.

87%
(Based on 7 reviews)

Remote Backup

Provide remote access dashboards designed to manage and store data from familiar applications.

Not enough data available

Storage Formats

The ability to store multiple types of file formats or convert files to proper format.

94%
(Based on 5 reviews)

Scheduled Backups

The abillity to automate backups or have backup storage updated continuously.

Not enough data available

On-Demand Restoration

The ability to restore files to its original location or alternative sources on-demand.

Not enough data available

Reporting

Activity Monitoring

Actively monitor status of work stations either on-premise or remote.

79%
(Based on 7 reviews)

Documentation

Reporting abilities to assess data quality and activity.

85%
(Based on 8 reviews)

Alerts/Notifications

Send summary, update, or actionable alerts to administrators to detail activity.

78%
(Based on 6 reviews)

Security

Data Encryption

Provide some level of encryption of data in transit, protecting sensitive data while it lives in the backup application.

100%
(Based on 6 reviews)

Security and Compliance

Abilities to set standards for asset and risk management.

90%
(Based on 6 reviews)

Deduplication

Deduplication, creating synthetic backup files, to reduce file size and eliminate redundant files.

Not enough data available