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In recent months, I have worked with my peer and colleague MVP Adin Ermien (@AdinErmie) something special for you.
We wanted to bring in a new resource from Microsoft Azure backup a platform for a community that is complete, comprehensive, concise and free. We wanted to share a copy of this Whitepaper so you can start digging Azure backup service in Microsoft Azure.
In a nutshell, Azure backup is an Azure-based service that you can use to back up (or protect) and restore your data in the Microsoft cloud service. Azure Backup replaces your current on-premises or off-site backup solution with a reliable, secure, and cost-effective cloud-based solution.
About the authors
This credential was written to explore Azure Backup in a deeper way, diving into the details of how things work, and helping people understand where it differs from what we traditionally did in the world of backup.
- Part 1: Introduction
- Part 2: Component specification
- Azure Backup (MARS) Agent
- Cache location agent
- Arch of return services
- Underlying storage
- Disk failure
- Data transmission, compression and encryption
- Data transmission
- Azure backup encryption key
- Part 3: How backups work
- Traditional methods
- Azure backup methods
- Full, Differential and Incremental (Extended)
- Restore functions
This is the second publication I will participate in as an author.
You can download it for free
TechNet Gallery GitHub here.
As always, comments, questions or errors in this White Paper are welcome and encouraged.
I really hope you enjoy it.
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