Why security and durability in Microsoft Azure are not enough to protect your data?
Fortress data center walls, multilayer firewall architectures, built-in redundancy, data encryption, erasure coding are just a few examples of how Azure safeguards your applications and data. And, I tell you, Azure has that solved better than most data centers.
Despite all of that though, what if say, Bob, accidentally hits the delete button on your customer data, it will undo more than just your weekend .. you need a copy to recover from.
I thought this was obvious, but according to the latest Truth in Cloud Research Report, more than 51% feel the responsibility of backing up data in the cloud lies with the cloud provider.
That is a myth.
You are responsible for "Bob-proofing" your data!
We talked about exactly that in last week's webcast with Karl Rautenstrauch, Sr. Program Manager, Azure Storage.
Here are some of the highlights from the webcast:
Highlight #1: You need single dashboard visibility to manage and orchestrate backup and recovery for your applications that run in Azure, and other public clouds - all from the same place.
Highlight #2: You need controls that enable the "versatilists" in your organization to independently perform backup and recovery jobs without having to wait for an expert.
Highlight #3: You need the freedom to define backup and retention policies that map to your unique business SLAs and span across all your public clouds.
Highlight #4: You need the ability to granularly search a backup snapshot and recover down to the file level quickly.
Highlight #5: You need application-consistency snapshots that meet your sub-5 minutes RPOs and near instant RPOs.
Highlight #6: You need data classification to make informed decisions for example around #GDPR compliance.
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