To protect your Azure virtual machines, you must first connect your Azure Tenant to Druva and onboard your Azure subscriptions to the Druva ecosystem. As a part of the onboarding process, you must assign an administration group and also specify a preferred Druva storage where you want to backup your data. By default, a Default Druva Storage will be assigned to back up data from all Azure regions. However, you can assign more specific region-wise storage. For more information, see Map storage.
With Druva’s Azure data protection, the onboarding process has never been easier! Follow these three easy steps to onboard a new subscription for the first time, and you are all set:
|1. Select subscriptions||Select the subscriptions(s) for backup and restore.|
|2. Assign administrative group and/or Storage rules||
|3. Authorize subscriptions||Authorize the creation of an access key in the Azure vault. This key is used to encrypt backups.|
The following video shows a quick demo of how to register or onboard your Azure subscriptions to the Druva ecosystem: