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  • Blog Post: Geographically Distributed High Availability

    This is the last post in the series on business continuity. It briefly describes how the service developer can provide geographically distributed high availability on the Azure platform. The Azure platform currently does not directly support highly available, geographically distributed services. Customers...
  • Blog Post: Disaster Recovery

    While the Azure platform provides high availability within a single data center, as discussed in the previous post , it currently does not explicitly support or enable disaster recovery or geographically distributed high availability. This post and the next one will discuss how the service developer...
  • Blog Post: High Availability On The Azure Platform

    Currently, both Windows Azure and SQL Azure offer high availability within a single data center. As long as a data center remains operational and accessible from the Internet, services hosted there can achieve high availability. Windows Azure Windows Azure uses a combination of resource management...
  • Blog Post: Business Continuity Basics

    This post describes the basics of business continuity. Business continuity poses both business and technical challenges. In this series, we focus on the technical challenges, which include failure detection, response, diagnosis, and defect correction. Since failure diagnosis and defect correction are...
  • Blog Post: Business Continuity On Azure

    Azure customers want their services to be continuously available to their users, despite component failures, platform degradations and data center outages. In other words, they want business continuity. To achieve it, the services must be highly available, and must recover from outages quickly and with...
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