Architect migration, business continuity, and disaster recovery in Azure
Learn how to migrate resources to Azure, how to provide site recovery for your applications in Azure and on-premises, and how to your applications are available through service interruptions and changes in load.
- Familiarity with virtual machines
- Familiarity with backup and restore concepts
- Familiarity with high availability and autoscaling concepts
Modules in this learning path
Minimize the time and resources required to migrate your on-premises environment to Azure. Assess your current systems with Azure Migrate, and migrate them with Azure Migrate and Azure Database Migration Service.
Provide disaster recovery for your on-premises infrastructure by managing and orchestrating replication, failover, and failback of VMware virtual machines, Hyper-V virtual machines, and physical servers with Azure Site Recovery.
Protect your applications and data from disasters with a well-designed site recovery solution.
Provide disaster recovery for your Azure infrastructure by customizing replication, failover, and failback of Azure virtual machines with Azure Site Recovery.
Use Azure Backup to help protect the data for on-premises servers, virtual machines, virtualized workloads such as SQL Server or SAP HANA running in Azure VMs, Azure file shares, and more.
Protect the data in your Azure SQL database and recover from data loss or corruption with backup and restore.
Enable your application to automatically adjust to changes in load while minimizing costs with virtual machine scale sets.
Respond to periods of high activity by incrementally adding resources, and then removing these resources when activity drops, to reduce costs.
Respond to periods of increased activity by incrementally increasing the resources available and then, to reduce costs, decreasing these resources when activity drops.
Build an application that spans multiple geographic locations for high availability and resiliency.