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Does bidirectional replication between on premise to Azure and azure to on promise .

Does bidirectional replication between on premise to Azure and azure to on promise . Currently we are migrating Cassandra db to Azure (lift and shift). Please reply

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Good day Gayatri,

Please don't publish duplicate threads, and if it happen by mistake, then choose on the thread as active and in the other one edit the question + add link to the active thread + add comment to the Moderator to delete the duplicated one.

This way, people that come to help will not have to spend their time on something which might already got a answer in the other thread

Note: I am going to delete the other duplicated thread now, as this one got respond and we can continue here :-)

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Hi,

Your question is not clear, are you asking if bidirectional replication is possible between on-premise and Azure?

That is:

  • On-premise --> Azure

  • Azure --> On-premise

With Azure Site Recovery (ASR) it is possible to replicate computers from on-premise to Azure, and then fail back the computers.
More information over at the Microsoft documentation:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/site-recovery/site-recovery-overview

If you have any questions related to ASR, you can reach out to the experts in the dedicated ASR forum over here:
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home?forum=hypervrecovmgr

Best regards,
Leon

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