Warwick Rudd continues a series on Azure Arc-Enabled Data Services. Part 11 covers high availability:
So far in this series of posts, you have been able to deploy and configure your newly provisioned Azure Arc-enabled SQL MI environment. Out of the box you get High Availability without having to do or implement anything.
The Recovery Time Objective (RTO) that is achievable with Azure Arc-enabled Data Services is dependent on the tier you choose to deploy. But regardless of that, this post is only concerned about informing you what you get out of the box with this technology.
Part 12 turns to disaster recovery:
In the previous post, we introduced you to how Azure Arc-enabled SQL MI provides High Availability based on the tier you have deployed. If your environment requires disaster recovery, regardless of the tier level you have deployed, Azure Arc-enabled Data Services covers the job for you.
Read on to learn more about what options are available and what you need to do.