Backup has always been the X factor that saves an environment from being completely damaged or lost.
Backup is one of the oldest terminologies to be heard, and it has gone through many evolutions. Nowadays, there are many vendors offering backup solutions.
In 2014, Microsoft announced that it will support backup as a service on its cloud (Azure), as a part of Azure Recovery Services, and since then, Azure Backup has undergone many enhancements.
Simply put, backing up your data to the cloud is currently one of the safest methods because of the ransomware attacks that have affected many organizations around the world.
Azure Backup has two kinds of vaults:
- Backup vaults: The older of the two, they have been widely used in the classic portal
- Recovery Services vault: The evolution of Backup vaults, they are designed to support Resource Manager deployments...