Cloud Integrated Data Protection with System Center Data Protection Manager and Microsoft Azure Backup

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Join us to understand how System Center Data Protection Manager (SCDPM) and Windows Azure Backup are stepping up to address the challenge enterprise customers and service providers face when protecting large scale cloud deployments on Window Server 2012 R2. We share the latest update of System Center Data Protection Manager 2012 R2 (UR4) that can reliably protect thousands of VMs, leverage Windows de-duplication to optimize back-up storage and provide rich reports/dashboards to monitor and manage these large scale clouds. This protection is available in Hyper-V over SOFS deployment as well as Hyper-V over CSV in traditional SAN deployments. We recognize that protecting a heterogeneous cloud environment is a reality for enterprises; we also discuss how SCDPM can protect Microsoft workloads running on VMWare. Every enterprise is looking to augment their infrastructure management to leverage the public cloud—one such scenario is leveraging Azure as a tape replacement strategy. We are extending SCDPM to protect MS workloads in Azure with an increased retention range up to nine years (currently it is limited to 120 days) to enable this scenario. This is an interactive session where we want folks to participate, provide feedback, and share best practices with field experts in the area of cloud protection.

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4

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Breakout

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CDP-B334

Room:

Hall 8.1 Room I

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