Does Your SDDC Strategy Include Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery?
The software defined data center based applications need always on availability and access to data which means enabling cloud based data protection (including backup/recovery) for seamless disaster recovery (DR), business continuance (BC), business resiliency (BR) and high availability (HA).
Date: March 28, 2018 at 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET
The Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) is a proven architectural approach based on virtualization, automation, and cost efficiencies. This flexible architecture approach enables you to invest and grow at your own pace, without having to rip and replace the existing infrastructure.
Even though SDDC can shift the IT org role from a cost center to strategic business unit, replication to secondary sites for DR is still not always in the budget. This doesn’t reduce the importance of having a critical business data and applications available off site. So, what do you do?
Join our conversation to get a pulse check on your cloud-based SDDC strategy and answers for enabling off-site DR application and data protection abilities.
Join experts Greg Schulz, Founder and Sr. Advisor of the independent IT advisory and consultancy firm Server and StorageIO and Patrick Rougeau, Sr. Sales Engineer for KeepItSafe, as they explore:
- SDDC best practices, trends, and decision making
- HCI, VM, and Container continuity in the Software-Defined Data Center
- Data protection strategies (resiliency, backup, recovery, DR, archive)
- How to evolve from SDDC high availability to cloud-based DR
- Reviewing the checklist to ensure backup functionality and restore viability with DRaaS
Time: 11:00am PT