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March 27, 2019
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vSphere 5.5 end of support by VMware: Get your data ready

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vSphere 5.5 end of support by VMware: Get your data ready video

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Since VMware vSphere 5.5 is now no longer supported, what happens if you are still running this in production? What are the other options you have? In this episode, join us along with a special guest from VMware, Christopher Morrow, as we discuss through the following:
• How to upgrade your options to vSphere 6.5 or 6.7
• Management changes in the newer releases
• How to ensure that the upgrade process goes smoothly
• How to leverage Veeam DataLabs™ for validation
• And more!

We will talk about these along with other considerations to help minimize exposure and downtime.

Speakers

Shawn Lieu
Solutions Architect, Veeam Global Alliances
Shawn is a virtualization and data protection IT professional with over 17 years of industry related experience. He is a Solutions Architect that works with the Global Alliances Team. Shawn is also the co-host of Whiteboard Fridays, a live tech and virtualization show. Shawn lives in Atlanta, Georgia USA.
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Jason Leiva
Solutions Architect, Global Alliances
Jason has been with Veeam for the last 6 years as both a pre-sales engineer and a Solutions Architect for Global Alliances. You will also find Jason as a co-host on Veeam’s web based technology show, Veeam Live, where he weighs in on Veeam and industry technologies and how they fit into today’s modern enterprises.
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