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Virtualized Disaster Recovery Presentation in Dallas

Posted by Allison Boen

Fri, 17 May, 2013 @ 07:34 PM

Dallas Virtualized Disaster Recovery Presentation

A Case for Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery, Backup and Restore: Cost Controls, Increased Manageability and Flexibility

Dates: May 21, 2013

Locations: Dallas, TX

 

***Please contact Allison Boen at allisonb@alcatexinc.com or 972-226-0047 and she will get you signed up!!!

 

Detailed Schedule and Location

  • Dallas, TX / Tuesday, May 21, 11:30am to 1:30pm
    NYLO Hotel – Dallas / Las Colinas
    Midtown Ballroom
    1001 West Royal Lane
    Irving, TX 75039

Event Description

Verizon Terremark is proud to offer a series of educational events focused on empowering our clients with information regarding the latest technology developments in the disaster recovery and business continuity space.

IT departments everywhere, regardless of the storage platforms they own, struggle with the cost and complexity of maintaining a high-performing, reliable disaster recovery and business continuity environment. They weigh the risk versus cost formulas and often have no choice but to cut corners that can compromise their ability to support their organization and failover effectively should a power outage, natural disaster or other impending incident affect their production environments.

This presentation will feature an in-depth look at cloud-based, disaster recovery and business continuity solutions, backed by NetApp storage, that make low cost, highly-reliable, disaster recovery/business continuity solutions available to organizations with virtualized environments.

The solutions support all storage environments and require no CAPEX. It’s cloud and software-as-a- service (SAAS) based meaning you leverage a best-in-breed environment, but only pay for the share of the system you actually use. This assures you have a secondary environment and business continuity features equal to or better than your production environment for use should the worse case scenario pay you a visit.

Topics Discussed

  • The industry trend towards cloud environments and the implications for secondary / disaster recovery / business continuity environments.
  • The cost reduction, efficiency improvement and flexibility opportunities cloud technologies combined with virtualization solutions can offer when considering different disaster recovery / business continuity configurations.
  • The architecture underpinning these disaster recovery / business continuity solutions and how they facilitate cost reduction for environments regardless of their current storage platforms.