July 26, 2011: DR Planning with Virtualization - Part 2: Live Webcast Series - Aug 9th
- Published on Tuesday, 26 July 2011 15:56
- Written by Mike McClain, Web Editor
DRJ's Informational Update For Tuesday, July 26, 2011
DR Planning with Virtualization - Part 2: Live Webcast Series - Aug 9th
Virtual this, virtual that. Virtualization has been the hottest topic in enterprise IT over the past 10 years. Why not leverage some of that magic to streamline your disaster recovery plans as well? Take those old cumbersome recovery processes you had to follow in the world of physical servers, and streamline them down to one simple steppower on a virtual machine. Join us for this free, live webcast entitled "Update Your Disaster Recovery Plan with Virtualization." Well explore the challenges of designing an effective disaster recovery plan leveraging some of the new technologies available in the data center. You'll also learn how expensive it is to manage physical data center environments, how virtualization and consolidated recovery can reduce costs, and how virtualization can remove management barriers and reduce recovery time.
Tiered Backup and Recovery Management
Join us for a Webinar on August 17.
Most companies lack budget and personnel to assign top priority to every application and data resource. The recovery process typically starts with the most critical resources, especially in the early stages of incident response. Most organizations today assign different levels of priority and criticality to different types of data. These tiering decisions - ranking resources based on the business criticality - is often driven by the line-of-business and user perspectives, considering regulatory, customer, and partner requirements. However, tiering decisions must balance internal and customer needs while planning for the long term. Recall Corporation, through its own solutions and strategic partnerships, not only provides long term economical retention of data but also covers RTOs of up to a few hours. This webinar presents the concept of tiered backup and recovery management and how it could be applied to your organizations to get more out of your existing budget, while ensuring complete protection of your business continuity interests.