Webhook support for Azure recovery
Webhooks can be configured to trigger user-defined HTTP/HTTPS callbacks during specific events while performing a Cloud Assembly recovery.
For Example, if the user needs to run a specific compliance test after the recovery in the recovered instances. The compliance test can be scripted and put in say, Azure Functions. Now the script can be called using an HTTP/HTTPS call to the Azure Functions during the recovery operation.
To configure a webhook after creating an Azure Cloud Assembly,
There are four types of webhooks supported by Appranix, “Pre-recovery”, “Post-recovery”, “Pre-reset” and “Post-reset”. Provide the Webhook URL and choose if it should “Fail on error” or not for “Pre-recovery” and “Pre-reset”.
Webhook support for Google Cloud Application Resilience
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Recovery Webhooks - Retry attempts and Timeout customization support
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Any resource, Any time, and Any Region recovery support in Azure
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Recover scale set without instances in Azure
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[Azure] Cross Region Blob/Block Level Replication
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