Azure Site Recovery New Experience Preview

Bechir Gharbi 301 Reputation points
2022-09-02T20:39:40.283+00:00

Hello,
Has anyone here already tested ASR with the new preview experience ? I've seen in MS documentation that private links are not supported yet, therefore no expressroute for ASR also I think so ? Could anybody confirm this ?

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Azure Site Recovery
An Azure native disaster recovery service. Previously known as Microsoft Azure Hyper-V Recovery Manager.
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  1. risolis 8,701 Reputation points
    2022-09-03T02:52:47.737+00:00

    Hello @Bechir Gharbi

    Thank you for your great concern about ASR Preview feature.

    I would like to share relevant details about this feature.... So, let me start by mentioning them down below:

    • 1-Review ASR supported Matrix
    • 2-You can either use PrivateEndpoint or ER(ExpressRoute) / You can use IPsec VPN(Failback) but from Azure to on-premises not the other way around since it will be via internet.
    • 3-Review encryption versions/cipher suites used by TLS/SSL.
    • 4-Caching storage usage/Virtual Disk
    • 5-If possible to avoid any Asymmetric routing path issue,Proxy device in the middle or encryption policies on the FW.
    • 6-Switching over from ASR’s replication appliances
    • 7-Hostname consistency as well as the DNS hostname resolution.
    • 8-Plan you networking settings as well as App management groups
    • 9-IOPS capacity and VM size settings
    • 10-You can use multiple ASR replication appliances for load balancing
    • 11-Plan your quota usage in order to avoid the replication progress to stop due to lack of quota capacity like numbers of Virtual Disks, CPU's and so on.
    • 12-if possible as well as to monitor traffic replication rate in order not to go beyond the rate limit capacity which is 2TB per day.

    I hope that info can be helpful in order to start with confidence your project.

    Looking forward to your feedback,

    Cheers

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