With the massive explosion of data occurring across organizations around the world, many businesses are turning to the cloud for economical ways to keep pace with the extensive amount of data they must back up and archive. Whether these organizations are simply seeking near-zero data loss, to retain data for long periods, or are complying with industry requirements, the traditional way of keeping tape backups offsite is often error-prone, cost-prohibitive to scale, and inefficient. With Azure Backup, you have the option to adopt and define a holistic business continuity strategy.
Microsoft Azure Backup Services can help you to speed up with ever-expanding requirements and avoid costly business interruptions. Azure Backup is a simple and cost-effective backup-as-a-service solution that extends tried-and-trusted tools on-premises with rich and effective tools in the cloud. It delivers protection for your data no matter where it resides: in your data center, a colocation facility, remote/branch offices, or the public cloud; while being sensitive to the special requirements these scenarios pose. Additionally, it works with Data Protection Manager, enabling you to protect workloads instantly from Windows Server and SQL Server in the cloud. Azure Backup enables clients to securely extend or replace on-premises backup storage and data archiving solutions to the cloud—reducing cost and complexity while achieving greater efficiency and scalability.
Azure Backup integrates well with existing System Center Data Protection Manager investments and provides several components including application-aware snapshots, flexible backup cadences, support for Hyper-V and VMware, recovery granularity, fabric-level backups, and much more.
1. Retention and Recovery
Due to business or compliance requirements, many organizations are required to protect their files for years, and over time this data grows exponentially. Traditionally, tape has been utilized for long-term retention. Office 365 Backup Services provide a compelling alternative to tape with substantial cost savings, shorter recovery times, and up to 99 years of retention.
2. Scalability and Availability
Azure Backup uses the underlying strength and unlimited scale of the Azure cloud to deliver high availability for application data—with little maintenance or monitoring overhead required. Alerts can be set up to provide data about events like outages, backup status, etc., but customers don’t need t
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3. Security and Reliability the wire and is stored in geo-replicated storage which maintains 6 copies of your data across two Azure datacenters. With 99.9% service availability, Azure Backup provides operational peace of mind.
4. Remote Office Protection
Moves client backup storage to the cloud to save on infrastructure investments for remote and branch offices. Replaces costly intranets with low-cost internet and archives data in a customer’s preferred Azure datacenter region across the globe, so data/files are close to their branch office— maintaining enterprise-grade security for data in transit and at rest.
The Azure Backup is an Azure-based service that you can use to back up and restore your data/file in the Microsoft cloud. Apps4Rent provides managed Azure services and takes complete responsibility for the design, delivery, and management of system software, infrastructure configurations, and Azure service consumption. Apart from that they even provide Service of Windows Cloud PC with 24/7 phone, chat, and email support