It’s time to re-imagine your approach to continuity. Downtime or data loss is never an option. Yet increasing IT complexity, rising costs and the need for solutions to seamlessly span virtual, physical and cloud workloads have all contributed to a dramatic fall in IT's confidence to recover from a disruptive event. Concerned about ransomware? Had enough of failing backups? Join us online April 20th at 11 am ET to discover The 7 New Rules of Recovery and how a new approach to continuity can keep your business running – no matter what.
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World Backup Day was on March 31 and if you missed your chance to celebrate, now is the time. We know, every day should be “World Backup Day” — oh, to dream. But March 31 was the official frequency-redundancy-prem-vs.-cloud-backup-bonanza! And to ring it in, CTRL+ALT+TECH is back... up with a brand new show. Tune to dive deep into backup best practices and lessons learned.
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Learn about cloud-based Disaster Recovery, how Recovery Assurance is an absolutely crucial component of any DR plan and why choosing a DRaaS provider needs to be on everyone’s short list of options when developing their Disaster Recovery plans.
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The 3-2-1 backup rule is a revered and time-honored backup strategy which simply states that you should have 3 copies of your data (your production and 2 backup copies), on 2 different media (e.g. disk and tape), with 1 copy off-site for disaster recovery. Sounds reasonable – right. So why does it suck?
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The VMware API for Data Protection is an extremely important API set for backup. It exposes methods to retrieve just the blocks provisioned within a virtual disk of a virtual machine and also exposes the appropriate methods to identify just the blocks that have changed between recovery points to perform incremental and differential backups. Recently VMware confirmed a serious issue involving this API with VMs with Changed Block Tracking (CBT) enabled. The issue opens the possibility for a silent corruption of data that is backed up and the user will only realize this upon a (failed) recovery operation. While a fix has been delivered, the question remains: How can I ensure data recovery given these issues?
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In today’s complex IT environment where data and applications run across multiple operating systems, multiple hypervisors and in the cloud; IT needs better analytics and tools to develop efficient and effective backup and recovery plans. Learn about a set of free tools that will allow you to understand your data so you can plan for your backup and recovery needs.
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