Hope you are doing well today. To synchronize managed disks between two different virtual machines (VMs) in different regions in Azure, you can use Azure Global VNet Peering or Azure File Sync service.
- Azure Global VNet Peering: It allows you to connect virtual networks across Azure regions, enabling communication between VMs in different regions as if they were in the same virtual network. Once the virtual networks are peered, you can use managed disks as a shared disk between VMs in different regions.
- Azure File Sync: It is a service that allows you to centralize file shares in Azure Files, while keeping the flexibility, performance, and compatibility of an on-premises file server. You can use Azure File Sync to synchronize data between file shares in multiple locations, including between different Azure regions.
Note: Both of these solutions require careful planning and implementation, and the choice between the two will depend on your specific use case and requirements.
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