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One of the most important tasks of every DBA is developing a good backup strategy. You’ve probably written your own scripts or used the maintenance solution of Ola Hallengren. But where do you store your backups? On your SAN … or on tape? And how many times did you forget to switch tapes or did you have to bring the tape to a safe deposit box? Well, Microsoft recently announced several new ways to back up and recover SQL Server databases with Windows Azure. These features provide an easy way to cloud backup and disaster recovery for on-premises databases. This session provides a detailed explanation of the new SQL Server 2014 Backup features to Windows Azure like manual & managed backup, encryption and backup to Windows Azure Tool. The session is bulk loaded with demos and it will give you an idea if these new features can be helpful in your environment.