How SAP customers can create a comprehensive backup and disaster recovery strategy in Azure?
Why is cloud-based disaster recovery such a hot subject today with IT Industries? Over the last decade, the demand for cloud innovation has been grown significantly. Enterprises are using Azure, Google, and others for a range of different services, and cloud technology continued to grow in the disaster recovery field.
Businesses provide a wide range of workloads such as databases, the app, on-site or public cloud servers. Both need to be protected. The purpose is to react to failure so that downtime and data loss are avoided. Microsoft Azure ensures running efficiently your apps and your data. Azure is the first cloud framework with an integrated system for protection and disaster recovery.
With SAP Cloud solutions, Microsoft Azure offers a secure solution for company-ready development. Azure is an enterprise-proven platform providing high-scale, high availability, flexibility, and cost efficiency for operating the SAP ecosystem of customers and is used for fundamental applications like SAP. As an enterprise, you need to follow a business continuity and disaster recovery approach that keep your information secure, and when scheduled or unplanned outages occur your applications and workloads must be working.
A disaster recovery approach is essential to company sustainability. Site recovery and data backup are components of a disaster recovery strategy. Cloud organizations prefer to take public cloud stability for granted without realizing that they can choose and execute backup and recovery strategies.
As a cloud service provider, you will have more chances than you’ll ever take advantage of to spend extra time and money on flexible backup, so you must make clear and careful decisions about what you can do and won’t do.
Your disaster recovery strategy should,
- Identify and categorize potential hazards that may result in disaster.
- Defining tools and techniques for the continuation of operation after disasters.
- Defining the reconstitution process for restoring businesses to their natural condition after the disaster has been countered.
- In all operational phases, an efficient disaster recovery strategy is used, and the disaster recovery routine and feedback acquisition procedures consistently enrich it.
- Point-in-time restore: Restore output data on alternative HANA databases can be achieved with one tap. Azure manages the chain of backups and databases to carry out restoration work.
- Effective stability: with clear monitoring and audit requirements. Backups can be held for years based on their backup time, which is naturally taken away from the recovery positions by the integrated life cycle management ability.
- Azure Backup Management: To enhance management experience and reporting capability utilizes Azure Backup management.