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Backup on-premises SQL DB to Azure, Test-restore the DB to a SQL server running in an IaaS VM

I want to on-premises backup SQL DBs to Azure and test the sanity of the backup point by restoring it to an Azure IaaS VM which has SQL server installed in it

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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Or alternatively, restore to SQL server on a VM that is in a different subscription. The use case here is validating our production system backup - we don't have any non-production SQL servers in the same location/subscription.

    We do have some in a different Dev/test subscription because of our Visual Studio/MSDN licencing - they're all on connected VNETs and the subscriptions are linked so all managed through the same portal login. I don't really want to spin up a new SQL server just for a test restore and not in my production subscription. Is there a way around this?

    Thanks

  • Peters commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

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