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Backup Support is now 32TiB for Azure Backup.


Does Backup Support is now 32TiB for Azure Backup?

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To protect against regional disasters, Azure Backup can be used to create a backup job with time-based backups and backup retention policies. This allows you to perform VM or managed disk restorations at will. Currently Azure Backup supports disk sizes up to 32 tebibyte (TiB) disks.

Learn more about Azure VM backup support.

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