I’ve been working with folks on my team in the Microsoft Office User Assistance organization on some cool solutions lately. Each solution is a set of conceptual documentation and other resources that can help you deploy a technology scenario that spans more than one Microsoft product or service (SharePoint and Azure IaaS in this case). One I’ve been working on lately is SharePoint Server 2013 Disaster Recovery in Microsoft Azure.
Many organizations do not have a disaster recovery environment for SharePoint, which can be expensive to build and maintain on-premises. Azure Infrastructure Services provides compelling options for disaster recovery environments that are more flexible and less expensive than the on-premises alternatives.