Azure Backup is the simplest, the fastest, but not the cheapest.
April 26, 2021

Azure Backup is the simplest, the fastest, but not the cheapest.

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Azure Backup

We keep the backup of all critical systems working 24/7 in our Data Center and databases that are continuously transacted on the cloud side with Azure Backup. Azure Backup provides tier levels that cannot be provided by non-IT companies like us, far below the investment costs as a service.
  • Backup; Files, Folders
  • Virtual Machines, SQL Databases
  • Even İmage Backups
  • There are more features than you need, just learn how to do it.
  • Really, it is constantly being developed, so I don't think of anything.
  • Azure Backup is the invisible part of [the] traditional backup because data is constantly synchronized, but you don't have to do anything at the destination.
  • There is no need for additional operating costs due to the maintenance cost, operating cost, or the absence of additional patches or firmware upgrades for the spare location.
  • Sometimes you even need to back up the system you backed up, none of them are needed.
Azure Backup works on Azure, the most famous of the cloud systems that the whole world has switched to, which is now a very large part of the Microsoft ecosystem that we have been used to using for years. Therefore, it is less tiring to use the additional service of an infrastructure that we already use, even if it is a part of it, which can be easily integrated with existing systems, which is one of the most important issues we IT professionals pay attention to. For this reason, we wanted to swim in familiar waters instead of another brand.

Do you think Azure Backup delivers good value for the price?

No

Are you happy with Azure Backup's feature set?

Yes

Did Azure Backup live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Azure Backup go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Azure Backup again?

Yes

By using Azure Backup, you can back up your NAS device you use locally as a file server, virtual machines you use in [a] production environment, critical databases, and everything you can think of. I do not know if there are scenarios that are not suitable, it meets all my needs.

Azure Backup Feature Ratings

Versioning
9
Document collaboration
Not Rated
Access control
9
File search
9
Device sync
10
User and role management
10
File organization
9
Device management
9
Performance
9
Reliability
9
Storage Reports
9