Azure Backup provides a cost-effective computer backup service for any important computers running in your business. Azure computer backup service can be used to backup the entire operating systems, programs and settings or just specific folders.
This computer backup service runs on scheduled intervals and the data is retained for as long as you require. Azure Backup keeps your data safe from internal accidental deletions as well as from malicious viruses. Which allows you to minimize downtime from unforeseen circumstances.
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Backup Explorer now available in preview
As organizations continue to expand their use of IT and the cloud, protecting critical enterprise data becomes extremely important. And if you are a backup admin on Microsoft Azure, being able to efficiently monitor backups on a daily basis is a key requirement to ensuring that your organization has no weaknesses in its last line of defense.
Up until now, you could use a Recovery Services vault to get a bird’s eye view of items being backed up under that vault, along with the associated jobs, policies, and alerts. But as your backup estate expands to span multiple vaults across subscriptions, regions, and tenants, monitoring this estate in real-time becomes a non-trivial task, requiring you to write your own customizations.
What if there was a simpler way to aggregate information across your entire backup estate into a single pane of glass, enabling you to quickly identify exactly where to focus your energy on?
Today, we are pleased to share the preview of Backup Explorer. Backup Explorer is a built-in Azure Monitor Workbook enabling you to have a single pane of glass for performing real-time monitoring across your entire backup estate on Azure. It comes completely out-of-the-box, with no additional costs.