Unclear RPO and RTO for SQL always on availability group

Assaf L 261 Reputation points

The article about BCDR for SQL Server provides a descriptive information regarding RTO and RPO for using Always On availability group for SQL Server on Azure VM (RTO: The time taken to make the secondary replica as primary, RPO: Because replication to the secondary replica is asynchronous, there's some data loss)

Is there a range of time to provide for these values to consider with expectations we have for our organization?

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  1. Carlos Solís Salazar 16,436 Reputation points

    Thank you for asking this question on the Microsoft Q&A Platform.

    This thread refers to the Overview of business continuity with Azure SQL Database & Azure SQL Managed Instance document
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