Session 3: Using Azure for Storage and Backup

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This session will focus on using Azure for storage and backup. It includes a practical demonstration of how to configure Windows Backup in Windows Server 2012 to work with Windows Azure, and how to extend storage capability into the cloud with Azure blob storage.

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This Video is part of the Windows Azure Cloud Training for IT Pros On-Demand Training.

Security expert Russell Smith presents 3 sessions that will teach you the basics of Windows Azure. In this introduction to Microsoft’s cloud platform for Windows systems administrators, you will learn how to provision Windows servers for cloud services or as an extension to existing onsite corporate resources as part of a hybrid cloud solution.

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