This post applies to CloudBerry Backup 4.9 and later.
With CloudBerry Backup you can recover the server as a cloud virtual machine. Here’s a guide on full server recovery to the Microsoft Azure VM service.
To perform server recovery to the Azure VM service you need:
You are limited by 1TB per disk on restore - this is Microsoft Azure limitation for Azure VMs.
Full System Recovery to Microsoft Azure VM
1Go to tab Backup Storage, find your completed image-based backup and right-click it
2From the drop-down menu choose the Restore to Azure VM option
3 Sign in to your Microsoft Azure VM account
4 In the opened Restore Wizard choose the Restore as Azure Virtual Machine
5Select partitions, you need to restore
6Specify the size of the disk, you will recover to.
7Specify the details for the Azure Virtual Machine Instance you are going to restore to
8Select the option for Temporary Instance. You can your local infrastructure or the Azure's
9If you have selected Azure as your temporary instance, enter details for it
10Specify the notifications settings. That's the last step of the Restore Wizard
11 After the recovery has been completed, you should be able to see your recovered virtual machine in your Microsoft Azure Console
With CloudBerry Backup you can restore your image-level backup directly to Microsoft Azure VM. You can try CloudBerry Backup for free. Just go ahead and download 15-days fully functional trial version of CloudBerry Backup and check if our backup solution meets your needs and requirements.