Today’s modern data center is no longer constrained by the four walls that surround it.
Join Mike Resseler in this webinar to learn how Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure — part of NEW Veeam Availability Suite™ 9.5 — can help you optimize resource allocation to drive scalability and minimize costs.
You’ll learn how you can:
Digital data is growing faster than ever, and that exponential growth can present major challenges for an organization. Customers, partners, suppliers and employees are all connected, and everyone demands access to information anytime, anywhere and from any device. The PGA Tour Superstore is no different – it has all of the major challenges of a big box retailer and an e-commerce entity.
Here’s your opportunity to hear the executive perspective and learn more about:
Keeping Availability levels high on Linux systems is a pressing need for organizations today. Critical applications, both on-premises and in public clouds, on Linux operating systems can be the lifeblood for companies of all sizes.
But, what if you aren’t a Linux expert?
In this webinar, join Veeam® expert Rick Vanover to learn practical tips for keeping Linux systems available, including:
Sizing backup space can be quite challenging. There are multiple factors to take into account. What is the retention time? How much source data should be used? Can the data be copied over the WAN connection? In the session, we’ll focus on two tools you can use to help you size your environmentKey Takeaways:
The VMware vSphere architecture offers many advantages for server backup and recovery. It changes the traditional techniques used to back up servers by leveraging virtualization features to streamline backup and recovery, making it more efficient. It also provides more flexibility and options for performing backups, restoring VMs and implementing disaster recovery (DR).
Watch the first part of the session "VMware Backup Best Practices: 2015 Edition", presented at VeeamON 2015 by Anton Gostev, Veeam VP Product Management, and learn about:
It can be challenging to manage and secure all of your virtualized resources, especially for SMBs and mid-market customers that may not have dedicated virtualization and security specialists.
Join our webinar to hear virtualization experts Symon Perriman (5nine Software VP and Hyper-V MVP) and Zane Allyn (Veeam® Systems Engineer) explain how IT pros can be successful in deploying and managing High-Availability infrastructures from a unified console using 5nine Manager. Learn best practices for virtualization security to help:
Watch this webinar to learn how NEW Veeam Availability Suite™ 9.5 FULLY integrates with Microsoft 2016 data center technologies to modernize your private cloud platform and enterprise applications including:
In today’s data center, you'll need to recover a single database far more often than you'll need to recover all of SQL Server but yet your backup and recovery strategy focuses on recovering the enterprise, not the daily recovery needs of that enterprise.
Join Jason Kan from Veeam® for a discussion about the hype and reality of recovering your SQL databases at a granular level. Watch this interactive, demo-filled webinar to learn about tools vs. backups, where virtualization fits in and how to successfully protect your SQL environment at an enterprise and granular level.
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Mission-critical application Availability is imperative for organizations in this new age of IT. Requirements for 24/7 access to applications and data and ever faster service level agreements (SLAs) for recovery point and time objectives (RPOs and RTOs) make choosing the right virtualization solution more critical.
A recent IDC research study concluded that application downtime costs exceeding $100,000 per hour is the median, although that cost can run substantially higher for some businesses. Can your business tolerate potential data/money/time loss, or is it time to invest in a better Availability solution?
Join Veeam Director of Alliance Product Marketing Rob Emsley and Phil Goodwin, Research Director at IDC as they discuss the results of IDC’s recent independent survey of more than 1,200 customers who:
The 3-2-1 Rule is a timeless rule that effectively addresses every failure scenario.
This rule answers two very important questions: How many backup files should I have and where should I store them.
Every admin and manager in charge of ensuring data availability for an enterprise should live by the 3-2-1 Rule, which suggests that a business maintains three copies of data, on two different media and store one copy in a remote location.
In this session, we will identify a number of possibilities you have to guarantee availability for your data center and how following the rules will help ensure you experience zero errors during recovery.
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