You are the cloud administrator for an Azure subscription. Your on-premises network includes a Hyper-V virtual machine (VM) that hosts a SQL Server.
You need to configure Azure Site Recovery to migrate the VM to Azure.
Which five actions should you perform in sequence?
You should perform the following actions in order:
1. Create a Recovery Services vault.
2. Set the Protection goal to migrate from on-premises to Azure.
3. Create a Hyper-V.
4. Install the Site Recovery Provider on the Hyper-V host.
5. Register the Hyper-V host in the vault.
You should first create a Recovery Services vault. This is simply a storage instance that stores backups and VMs that are replicated to Azure by using Azure Site Recovery. You should next set the Protection goal to migrate from on-premises to Azure. You should then create a Hyper-V site, install the Site Recovery Provider on the Hyper-V host and finally you should register the Hyper-V host in the vault.
You should not create an Azure VM. When you set up Azure Site Recovery, VMS that you replicate to Azure will be created automatically. you should not create them manually.
You should not install Site Recovery Provider on an Azure VM. This component should be installed on a Hyper-V host, from which VMs will be replicated to Azure.