HA/DR With Azure SQL Database

James Serra looks into high availability and disaster recovery options for Azure SQL Database:

When you use the Azure portal to create a SQL Database, the various plans under the pricing tier include three service tiers: Basic, Standard, and Premium.  Here are those three plans with their high-availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) options:

Considering the price point, Microsoft offers some pretty good HA & DR capabilities for Azure SQL Databases.

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