Site Recovery

Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Manager helps you automate protection and orchestrate recovery for your private clouds. In case of a disaster, users can initiate a recovery plan failover that can recover the virtual machines on the target site in orderly manner.

  1. Support for offline replication data transfer from on premise to Azure

    A feature that enables to faster, effective & secure export of large number of virtual machine replication storage using an external storage device and ship it to Azure for import.

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  2. Add Initial Seeding support for ASR

    We need the ability to seed ASR. Customer's who have terabytes of data on-premises and don't have a huge upload pipe need this ability. I'd like to be able to kick off the ASR job onto something like the Azure Data Box, and ship it to Azure to import the jobs. Then we can do normal deltas with ASR into Azure.

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  3. ASR support for Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS OS

    When will be available?

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  4. Add support for Debian 9

    Please add support for Debian version 9. This version have been release since june 2017

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  5. Failback from Azure to VMware without a backup of the original Configuration Server

    After replicating VMware to Azure using Azure Site Recovery, it should not be necessary to require a backup of the original Configuration Server prior to a disaster event occurring on premise. If in the event of a disaster, we failover our VMs to Azure, and then recover a new VMware site from scratch, we think we should be able to failback directly from Azure to the new on-premises VMware site. We think it is redundant to require a second, configuration, server just for the purpose of recreating our on premise deployments.

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  6. Automatic shutdown to VMware VM/physical server when running planned failover to Azure

    When failover from Physical to Azure, the physical machine is not turned off. To ensure no data loss, the machine should be safely turned off.
    Same for VMware VMs - give a planned failover gesture to enable 0 data loss that turns off the VM and will also avoid split brain.

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    planned  ·  ruturajd responded

    We have planned for this ask.
    Kindly let us know if you are OK with a data loss when we shutdown automatically during failover.

  7. Replication monitoring for failback (VMware to ASR scenario)

    When VMs are configured for replication back to on-premises environment, vContinuum does not provide any means to see the replication progress. There is no indication if VM is ready for a failback, which we consider as a major overlook in the solution functionality.

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