Use case: creating solutions for business continuity and disaster recovery
Now that we have gathered the business requirements, identified the risks and considered our application strategy including the usage of PaaS and SaaS, we can start thinking about solutions and align these with the requirements. The best way to do this is to create a matrix with the systems, the requirements for resilience, and the chosen technology to get the required resilience. The following table shows a very simple example of this, with purely fictional numbers:
Resilient systems are designed in such a way that they can withstand disruptions. Regardless of how well the systems might be designed and configured, sooner or later, they will be confronted with failures and, possibly, disruptions. Resilience is therefore often associated with quality attributes such as redundancy and availability.
Creating backups in the Azure cloud with Azure Backup and Site Recovery
Azure Backup works with the principle of...