Microsoft Azure VM Backup
Vembu BDR Suite provides backup and disaster recovery solutions for the IT administrators running their workloads on Microsoft Azure VMs. It helps IT administrators to securely backup the Azure VMs to other regions or to other public clouds or to their own Data Center with RTO and RPO of less than 15 minutes and minimal administral effort.
Backup Azure VMs to the same Regions
Vembu BDR Backup Server can be deployed in the same region to backup your Microsoft Azure VMs. OS corruption, System failure, Ransomware and basically disasters are inescapable. Solution which enables quick recovery actions assuring the businesses to be up and running on an immediate basis is what Vembu’s Microsoft Azure VM Backup has to offer. After successful backup, the data can be replicated either to your local Data Center or to other Azure Regions or public domains.
Backup Azure VMs to other Regions
Vembu helps to set up the BDR backup server on other Azure Regions as well. Backup your Azure VMs to the BDR backup server deployed in other regions over the WAN connection. When original VMs fall prey to unexpected disasters then Vembu enables you to perform recovery which will bring your system back online by booting the backed up VMs to Microsoft Azure in the other regions.
Backup Azure VMs to other Public Clouds
The BDR backup server can be deployed on other public clouds and Microsoft Azure VMs can be scheduled for backups over WAN connection.
Backup Azure VMs to your Data Center
Backing up Azure VMs to your local Data Center can be now done effortlessly with the help of Vembu. IT Admins can deploy BDR backup server on their local Data Center and install Vembu ImageBackup agent on each Azure VM to perform backups.
How it works
Vembu BDR backup server needs to be installed on a Windows Azure VMs on the same region or other region or other public cloud or the local data center and it should be assigned with a public DNS/IP address if you would like to backup the Azure VMs over WAN. Then, the Vembu ImageBackup or NetworkBackup agent needs to be installed on each VM and then these VMs will be backed up to the BDR backup server over LAN or WAN.