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3/28/2019 Site Recovery New Features Data replication from VMware/physical servers to Azure is now supported for Azure storage accounts that are configured with firewalls for virtual networks. Any existing target or cache storage account for already protected items can also be configured with firewalls without affecting VM health. Link Link Details
3/5/2019 Site Recovery New Features Azure Site Recovery now supports disaster recovery of VMware virtual machines and physical machines by directly replicating to managed disks. You don't need to create and manage multiple target storage accounts for replicating your machines anymore. On-premises data will be sent to a cache storage account in the target region and then written into managed disks by Site Recovery. Link Link Details
2/15/2019 Site Recovery New Features We are happy to share that with the latest Azure Site Recovery (ASR) update, you can now protect business critical applications running in Storage Spaces Direct. The ASR support of storage spaces direct allows you to take your higher availability application and make it more resilient by providing a protection against region level failure. Link Link Details
1/10/2019 Site Recovery New Features Support for physical servers with UEFI boot type is now available. Additional support for multiple physical Linux disks and expanded migration sources is now available. Link Link Details
1/10/2019 Site Recovery Updated Features Update Rollup 32 for Azure Site Recovery is now available. It provides new versions of these components: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Unified Setup/Mobility agent (9.21.5091.1)—used for replication from VMware and physical servers to Azure. Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Provider (5.1.3800.0)—used for Hyper-V replication to Azure or a secondary site. Microsoft Azure Recovery Services Agent (2.0.9144.0)—used for replication of Hyper-V to Azure. Link Link Details
12/7/2018 Site Recovery New Features Today, we are announcing the support for disaster recovery of virtual machines deployed in Availability Zones to another region using Azure Site Recovery (ASR). You can now replicate and failover zone pinned virtual machines to other regions within a geographic cluster using Azure Site Recovery. This new capability is generally available in all regions supporting Availability Zones. Along with Availability Sets and Availability Zones, Azure Site Recovery completes the resiliency continuum for applications running on Azure Virtual Machines. Link Link Details
12/7/2018 Site Recovery Updated Features You can now configure ASR to include automatic updates to the mobility service agent. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 Site Recovery New Features You can now replicate and failover virtual machines deployed in Availability Zones to other regions using Azure Site Recovery. This capability is generally available in all regions supporting Availability Zones. Link Link Details
11/27/2018 Site Recovery New Features Azure Site Recovery now supports firewall-enabled storage accounts. You can replicate virtual machines with unmanaged disks on firewall-enabled storage accounts to another Azure region for disaster recovery scenarios. You can also select firewall-enabled storage accounts in a target region as target storage accounts for unmanaged disks. You can restrict access to the cache storage account by allowing only the source Azure VM's virtual network to write to it. When you're using firewall enabled storage accounts, ensure that you enable the Allow trusted Microsoft services exception. Link Link Details
10/22/2018 Site Recovery Updated Features Update Rollup 30 for Azure Site Recovery is now available. It provides new versions of these components: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Unified Setup/Mobility agent (9.19.5007.1)—used for replication from VMware and physical servers to Azure. Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Provider (5.1.3650)—used for Hyper-V replication to Azure/secondary site. Microsoft Azure Recovery Services Agent (2.0.9139.0)—used for replication of Hyper-V to Azure. You can apply the rollup on deployments running: Unified Setup version 9.15.4860.1 or later. Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Provider for System Center VMM version 3.3.x.x. Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Provider 5.1.3200.0 or later. Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Provider for Hyper-V 4.6.xx. Link Link Details

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