Business Continuity for Windows Azure
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IT managers spend considerable time and effort ensuring their data and applications are available when needed. The general approach to business continuity in the cloud is no different than any other environment. The same principles and goals apply, but the implementation and process will be different.

Availability problems can be classified into 3 broad categories:

  • Failure of individual servers, devices, or network connectivity
  • Corruption, unwanted modification, or deletion of data
  • Widespread loss of facilities

This document explains how you think about and plan for availability in all 3 of these categories when using Windows Azure. Read now to learn more.

 

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