In today’s digital economy there seems to be one common theme. That common theme is that data is crucial to our lives, and to business.
For today’s modern business enterprise data is crucial to everything from customer satisfaction, to competitive advantage. Because of data’s importance companies are collecting more of it than ever before and from more sources than ever thought possible. But there are two very important things to consider in the collection of data for your enterprise. One consideration is to ask if you can analyze and gain intelligence from your data. The other consideration is can you store and ensure your data is available 24/7.
In this ActualTech Media webcast featuring HPE and Veeam you will learn about:
Ransomware continues to be a top of mind problem for IT professionals and IT decision makers worldwide as they face the potential disastrous aftermath of successful attacks from losing critical data on a certain endpoint to suffering brand reputation damage.
One key recommendation from cybersecurity experts is to integrate cloud solutions within backup strategies as an additional layer of protection against data loss.
Join our session to learn how to:
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Nimble Storage and Veeam® provide Intelligent Data Management to make it easy toprotect and manage data anywhere — in physical or virtual environments, on premises or in the cloud. New fifth generation Nimble arrays and Veeam Hyper-Availability Platform™ offer the best price for performance, cost-effective data protection, business continuity, dev/test and more.
Whether you use Veeam with Nimble as your primary and/or secondary storage, join us and learn how to:
Tape is as relevant as ever, but it may not be for the reasons that you think. In fact, as part of delivering hyper-availability, one best practice is to use tape as an “offline” storage copy to protect against ransomware and malware, which is a key part of a comprehensive data protection strategy.
In this webinar, join experts from Veeam and Quantum to learn about tape’s role in tomorrow’s infrastructures, best practices for tape in a Veeam environment, and to introduce Quantum’s new converged tape appliance for Veeam – which makes it easier to create tape to protect against ransomware.
Hyper-V is used by businesses of all types and sizes and is a crucial component of their virtualization strategy. In this webcast, you’ll learn about some of the most important tips, tricks and best practices for working with Hyper-V. First, Michael Otey, Senior Contributing Editor for IT Pro Today, will discuss the best performance practices for configuring Hyper-V hosts and VM guests. You’ll learn about using Dynamic Memory, Checkpoints and Resource Metering as well as managing Hyper-V with PowerShell Direct. You’ll also learn about some tips for leveraging Live Migration and Hyper-V Replica for improved availability and low-cost disaster recovery.
Next, Patrick Murray, systems engineer for Veeam Software, will cover the differences between backing up VMware and Hyper-V including considerations for backing up single hosts, clustered hosts and SCVMM integration. You’ll see how to leverage Veeam ONE to get the most out of your Hyper-V environment, including a best practices analysis.
When adopting a multi-cloud strategy in the digital era, it is crucial to have a consistent way to easily migrate across environments, automate failover between clouds, manage all clouds and turn visibility into usage. You can avoid costs and burdensome manual processes with the right cross-cloud data protection solution, while also guaranteeing seamless management of any app, any data on any cloud. Since data is effectively and efficiently controlled, security is strengthened, thus, mitigating risks of data breaches and fraud which can be very challenging and costly.
Join this webinar with Frost & Sullivan’s expert, Lynda Stadtmueller, Veeam’s® Andrey Zhelezko, and C2 Labs’ Anil Karmel to learn more about:
Information is the most important asset for any enterprise company. It requires 24/7 Availability of all applications and data. Legacy solutions fall short of providing this level of Availability by their complexity and slow backup and recovery times. This Availability Gap leads to long downtime and negatively affects the bottom line.
Veeam and Pure deliver a simplified data Availability solution for Rapid Restores of critical applications and data, and a simplified way to extract more value from your data to drive your business. Join Veeam and Pure Storage to learn more about industry-leading technologies that consolidate data silos to accelerate rapid recovery, resulting in better RPOs and RTOs.
Combine the speed of Pure Storage® FlashBlade™ with the ease of Veeam® Availability for Rapid Restores to:
Backup and replication are tools to be used to ensure a successful recovery from disaster, but they are only a small part of the solution.
Learn how to build a successful DR playbook by defining RPOs, RTOs, chain of command, application dependencies and the applications that can help you recover fast and easy to ensure consistent, reliable recovery for all your applications, or entire sites.
In this webinar you will learn:
Backup and replication are tools to be used to ensure a successful recovery from disaster, but they are only a small part of the solution. Learn how to build a successful DR playbook by defining RPOs, RTOs, chain of command, application dependencies and the applications that can help you recover fast and easy to ensure consistent, reliable recovery for all your applications, or entire sites.
In this webinar you will learn:
Disaster can strike anywhere, anytime — and businesses of all sizes are at risk. But, making sure your small-to-medium-sized business (SMB) has a disaster recovery (DR) plan in place is especially critical.
Big enterprises have big budgets available to survive disasters. Often, they have the resources to quickly get back to business as usual. That isn’t the case for many SMBs. Extended outages and data loss can paralyze the growth and success of a smaller operation. These risks are either unknown to the SMB, or they take a lower priority than they should.
Learn about the three biggest disaster risks and how SMBs can prepare and protect themselves in this webinar.