Use the instructions in this article to prepare Azure resources so that you can replicate on-premises machines to Azure using the Azure Site Recovery service.
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Before you start
Make sure you've read the prerequisites
Set up an Azure account
- Get a Microsoft Azure account.
- You can start with a free trial.
- Check the supported regions for Site Recovery, Under Geographic Availability in Azure Site Recovery Pricing Details.
- Learn about Site Recovery pricing, and get the pricing details.
Set up an Azure network
- Set up an Azure network. Azure VMs are placed in this network when they're created after failover.
- Site Recovery in the Azure portal can use networks set up in Resource Manager, or in classic mode.
- The network should be in the same region as the Recovery Services vault
- Learn about virtual network pricing.
- Learn more about Azure VM connectivity after failover.
Set up an Azure storage account
- Site Recovery replicates on-premises machines to Azure storage. Azure VMs are created from the storage after failover occurs.
- Set up an Azure storage account for replicated data.
- Site Recovery in the Azure portal can use storage accounts set up in Resource Manager, or in classic mode.
- The storage account can be standard or premium.
- If you set up a premium account, you will also need an additional standard account for log data.