Azure Site Recovery: 10-Week Implementation


Azure Site Recovery replicates workloads to Azure without adding secondary datacenter costs.

When faced with downtime due to a natural disaster, inclement weather, power outage, malicious attack, or simply human error, organizations must be able to recover to normal working conditions as soon as possible. Many companies have disaster recovery processes in place for their most critical applications but may find it burdensome and costly to maintain the hardware and software required to transition seamlessly during a disaster event. Azure Site Recovery helps enable true business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) so organizations can get back up and running quickly with minimal to no data loss.

Additional Benefits Include:

  • Ongoing replication
  • Security and protection
  • Ensure apps work when they are needed most
  • Test against recovery plans and copies of production workloads
  • Stop maintaining secondary datacenter or colo facilities for failover purposes


  • Week 1 includes Azure Site Recovery architectural design sessions
  • Week 2 involves designing Azure network infrastructure
  • Weeks 3 to 8 focus on implementing Disaster Recovery using Azure Site Recovery
  • Weeks 9 to 10 close with implementing automatic failover in event of a disaster and final project sign off