In this special guest post, VMware vExpert Sean Clark offers his take on a recent Veeam-sponsored whitepaper and webinar that are now available.

image If you were like the rest of us in the Midwest and Great Lakes region recently, you got socked by one the worst blizzards. Here in Central Illinois, the kids missed 3 days of school, and work was shut down for a day and a half. Well, as luck would have it, Veeam had scheduled my webinar, "Essentials of Legacy-Free Data Protection" at noon on Friday of that week. My guess is that many of my Midwestern friends and colleagues were probably digging out from the missed work midweek, and were unable to attend as a result.

If that was the case for you, don't despair! We recorded it... Veeam has posted the webinar recording here for your viewing and listening pleasure. There was some great Q&A at the end of the webinar, and I was especially interested in the questions surrounding the integration of VMware SRM and Veeam Backup and Replication. Combining VM-level backup and replication with storage array replication is a use case I am personally interested in exploring in the coming months. In addition to the recorded webinar, you can also read the whitepaper I authored on the same topic titled, The Essential Guide to Legacy-Free Disaster Recovery.

Unfortunately for folks that missed the live webinar, you missed out on some great book giveaways and live Q&A at the end of the session. But don't lose all hope, there’s a ton of great content coming from Veeam and their independent contributors. So you’ll get another chance to learn some great tips and tricks to managing your virtual world. I'm also beginning work on my next whitepaper right now with the webinar already scheduled for May 25, so stay tuned. Hope to see you there!

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