Don't miss part one of the Disaster Recovery (DR) Best Practices webinar series

"We have been fairly active in VMware architecture for several years now, yet you were able to highlight several important tips that we had never come across before." - workshop attendee

 

Disaster recovery for virtual environments has changed dramatically in the past 14 months. With the release of vSphere and the vStorage API many new techniques and architecture choices are available. Many of these options are not well-understood, but we’ll clarify them in this free, two-part webinar series.

 

Part one starts tomorrow - Quest's Larry Loucks wil highlight the latest innovations in vRanger: Quest's industry-leading VMware backup application. In part 2, we’ll share insight we’ve collected across the virtualization industry on cutting-edge DR techniques and strategies.

 

Part 1: Virtual Machine Backups with vRanger Pro 4 & 5
Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010 from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. CT

Learn how you can:

  • Save time and money on ESX(i) backup
  • Perform Object-Level Restore (OLR) on Microsoft Exchange
  • Use an intuitive interface to boost efficiency
  • Focus on certain architectural options to enhance performance
  • Get the most out of new features in vRanger 5

Part 2: Disaster Recovery Best Practices Workshop
Wednesday, Dec 15, 2010 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. CT

Learn about:

  • VMware’s game-changing vStorage API, which will change the way your organization looks at virtual server backup
  • Change Block Tracking for radically reducing backup and replication times
  • Transactional consistency for databases, during VM backup (guest quiescing and VSS)
  • vSphere settings to maximize backup performance
  • Repository options and sweep-to-tape
  • Sizing an archive repository effectively
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