Azure Backup and Restore

Lab Steps

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Logging in to the Microsoft Azure Portal
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Create an Azure Recovery Vault
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Connect to the VM and Install IIS
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Backup a Virtual Machine
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Perform a restore

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DifficultyBeginner
Time Limit2h 46m
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Description

Introduction

All virtual machine disks have a built-in backup system as part of the service level agreement with Azure, however, the settings for the virtual machines are not covered by this.

In this Lab, you will see how to backup and restore a virtual machine.

 

In this Lab exercise, you will:

Start with a pre-existing virtual network and a single virtual machine. Then, you will complete the below tasks.

  • Create an Azure Recovery Service Vault
  • Connect to the VM with RDP
  • Install IIS on the lab VM with PowerShell
  • Backup the VM
  • Perform a restore of the VM

Updates

Nov 23, 2021 - Updated security permission issue with the storage account resource

 

 

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David has been a trainer with QA for over 12 years and has been training cloud technologies since 2017.  Currently certified in Microsoft and Alibaba cloud technologies David has previously been a system and Network administrator amongst other roles.    

Currently, he is a Principle Technology Learning Specialist (Cloud) at QA. He loves nothing more than teaching cloud-based courses and also has a passion for teaching PowerShell scripting.

Outside of work, his main love is flying Radio control airplanes, and teaching people to fly them.