TechEd North America 2013

Automate Private Cloud Protection and Recovery with Microsoft System Center 2012 - Data Protection Manager

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In this session, we demonstrate how to leverage DPM to protect enterprise workloads and customize your backup environment with self-service capability. We demonstrate how Windows Azure Backup helps to protect your workloads to cloud. Finally we will discuss how DPM 2012 R2 enhances private cloud protection capabilities.

Day:

1

Level:

400 - Expert

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

MDC-B401

Room:

Room 386

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    The Discussion

    • RallyJoe

      Will this touch on any of the Azure Hyper-V Replica DR management features that are being launched?

    • cfriday

      The ability to replicate our on-prem VMs to Azure and store them there is a huge benefit to us and our ability to enable low cost business continuance plans.  Would love to see how we can leverage Azure storage and IaaS on demand as a DR target as well as testing our DR plans.

    • skarai

      sure were great to get a form of best practices outlined regarding PG design for on prem and in the cloud protection.

    • bbird74

      I attended to this session this afternoon, I liked what the speakers showed in their demos, specially what Islam demonstrated in the new 2012 R2 release , we need more to see more like this session

      Good Job

      Islam

       

    • derekkerr

      The trio delivery team did a great job!!!  First I thought 3 speakers??  But wow what a great job interacting and playing off each other for content delivery.  Loved it!!!!

    • knsyam

      First 11 minutes' audio was not recorded due to technical issues.  You can hear everything from 11 minutes.  Sorry for the trouble.

      Neela Syam Kolli.

      nkolli@microsoft.com

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