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June 15, 2020
Duration: 00:45

What does Full vSphere 7 Support mean for Backup, DR and more?

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What does Full vSphere 7 Support mean for Backup, DR and more? video

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Simply saying “vSphere 7 is supported” may feel like a checkbox, but the reality is A LOT rides on this being a complete statement. In this session from Veeam®, see what full vSphere 7 support looks like. Things like backup, restore, replication, transport modes, failover and more are considerations that vSphere customers should keep in mind for platform support.

Join this webinar to learn these key takeaways:

  • Overview of scenarios for migrating from older vSphere versions to vSphere 7
  • Detailed review of VMware APIs for backup and how these are consumed
  • How you can get started on your vSphere migration with backup and recovery technologies

Speaker(s)

Rick Vanover
Senior Director, Product Strategy, Veeam Software
Rick Vanover (Microsoft MVP, Cisco Champion, VMware vExpert) is Senior Director of Product Strategy for Veeam Software based in Columbus, Ohio. Rick’s experience includes system administration and IT management; with virtualization, cloud and storage technologies being the central theme of his career recently. Follow Rick on Twitter @RickVanover or @Veeam.
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