Benefits of Moving Hyper-V Disaster Recovery to the Cloud Webinar
Benefits of Moving Hyper-V Disaster Recovery to the Cloud and Achieve global cloud data availability from an Always-On approach with Veeam Cloud Connect webinar.
Feb. 28, 2018 at 11am PT / 2pm ET
Windows Server and Hyper-V software defined data center (SDDC) based applications need always on availability and access to data which means enabling cloud based data protection (including backup/recovery) for seamless disaster recovery (DR), business continuance (BC), business resiliency (BR) and high availability (HA). Key to an always on, available and accessible environment is having robust RTO and RPO aligned to your application workload needs. In other words, time for data protection to work for you and your applications instead of you working for it (e.g. the data protection tools and technologies).
This free data protection webinar (registration required) sponsored by KeepItSafe produced by Virtualization & Cloud Review will be an interactive webinar discussion (not death by power point or Ui Gui product demo ;)) pertaining to enabling always on application (as well as data) availability for Windows Server and Hyper-V environments. Keep in mind with world backup day coming up on March 31 now is a good time to make sure your applications and data are protected as well as recoverable when something bad happens leveraging Hyper-V Disaster Recovery.
Join me along with representatives from Veeam and KeepItSafe for an informal conversation including strategies along with how to enable an always on, always available applications data infrastructure for Hyper-V based solutions.
Our conversation will include discussion around:
- Data protection strategies for Microsoft Windows Server Hyper-V applications
- Enabling rapid recovery time objectives (RTO) and good recovery point objectives (RPO)
- Evolving from VM disaster recovery to cloud-based DRaaS
- Implement 4 3 2 1 data protection availability for Hyper-V with Veeam and KeepItSafe DRaaS
Register for the live event or catch the replay here.
Where to learn more
Learn more about data protection, software defined data center (SDDC), software defined data infrastructures (SDDI), Hyper-V, cloud and related topics via the following links:
- World Backup Day 2018 Data Protection Readiness Reminder
- Data Infrastructure Server Storage I/O related Tradecraft Overview
- Data Infrastructure Overview, Its What’s Inside of Data Centers
- 4 3 2 1 and 3 2 1 data protection best practices
- All You Need To Know about ROBO Data Protection Backup (free webinar with registration)
- Software Defined, Converged Infrastructure (CI), Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) resources
- The SSD Place (SSD, NVM, PM, SCM, Flash, NVMe, 3D XPoint, MRAM and related topics)
- The NVMe Place (NVMe related topics, trends, tools, technologies, tip resources)
- Data Protection Diaries (Archive, Backup/Restore, BC, BR, DR, HA, RAID/EC/LRC, Replication, Security)
- Various Data Infrastructure related events, webinars and other activities
- Server StorageIO.tv (various videos and podcasts, fun and for work)
Additional learning experiences along with common questions (and answers), as well as tips can be found in Software Defined Data Infrastructure Essentials book.
What this all means and wrap-up
You can not go forward if you can not go back to a particular point in time (e.g. recovery point objective or RPO). Likewise, if you can not go back to a given RPO, how can you go forward with your business as well as meet your recovery time objective (RTO)? Join us for the live conversation or replay by registering (free) here to learn how to enable robust Hyper-V Disaster Recovery and business resiliency.
Ok, nuff said, for now.
Greg Schulz – Microsoft MVP Cloud and Data Center Management, VMware vExpert 2010-2017 (vSAN and vCloud). Author of Software Defined Data Infrastructure Essentials (CRC Press), as well as Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking (CRC Press), The Green and Virtual Data Center (CRC Press), Resilient Storage Networks (Elsevier) and twitter @storageio. Courteous comments are welcome for consideration. First published on https://storageioblog.com any reproduction in whole, in part, with changes to content, without source attribution under title or without permission is forbidden.
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