Azure Backup service is yet to be migrated to Q&A. Please post your question directly on the MSDN forum for the service (Azure Backup forum)
We are actively working to onboard all services. We will make a public announcement once complete. Thank you for your patience as we evolve the Q&A platform
However I would like to share some insight on your query
The new pricing model for Azure Backup has two components:
Protected instances: This is the primary billing unit for Azure Backup. Customers pay for the number of instances that are protected with the Azure backup service
Storage: Customers can choose between Locally Redundant Storage (LRS) or Geo-Redundant Storage (GRS) for their backup vault. The net price for Storage depends on the amount of data stored with the service.
These two components appear as separate line items on the monthly Azure bill.
This article provides: Azure Backup pricing details
Virtual machine: The in-guest operating system could either be running Windows Server or Linux. The hypervisor fabric that runs the virtual machine could be either Hyper-V or Azure IaaS.
Application servers: Windows Server physical or virtual machine that is running an application or workload that needs to be backed up. Common workloads are Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Dynamics and the File Server role of Windows Server. System Center Data Protection Manager is needed to backup these workloads.
Windows Client: Any instance or client device that is running the Windows client OS.
NOTE: Virtual machine backup and in-guest workload backup are charged independently.
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