This week, the Azure Site Recovery (ASR) team, announced the general availability (GA) of the disaster recovery feature for Azure Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Virtual Machines (VMs). 
Now we can easily configure disaster recovery within a few minutes! With just a few clicks, not only your Virtual Machines will be protected, but the Resource Group, the Availability Set, and the Virtual Network can all be created automatically for you!
Azure-to-Azure ASR – Configure Disaster Recovery
The ASR team has also included several important features, such as:
The good news is, if you’re already using ASR in public Azure regions, this is already available to you right now! And, if you’re using a sovereign cloud (i.e. Azure Gov), this is scheduled to become available to you in the next few weeks.
Azure-to-Azure – ASR – Replication Map
Here are some links to help you get started with all things Azure Site Recovery (ASR):
  • How to plan network connectivity
  • Troubleshooting

There are a lot more enhancements coming to Azure Site Recovery (ASR) in the future. And, if you have an idea, share it on the UserVoice.