TechNet Webcast: Protect Your Windows Virtual Environment with System Center Data Protection Manager (Level 200)
Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager.
IT Implem_IT Generalist.
Windows virtualization is a powerful set of technologies that can significantly increase server utilization and ease management. There are, however, some interesting challenges in protecting
virtual environments. To meet customer needs in protecting virtual servers, Microsoft is releasing Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 in the second half of 2007. Currently in beta 2, System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 combines the
best aspects of continuous data protection (CDP) and traditional tape backup to provide a complete data protection solution using disk and tape. System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 is designed to protect Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL Server,
Windows SharePoint Services, and most Windows Server and Windows desktop environments. Join this webcast as we discuss what has changed with Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 Service Pack 1 (SP1). One such enhancement is the Virtual Server Volume Shadow Copy
Service (VSS) writer, which enables System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 to protect virtualized environments. We explore how System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 works and explain what to consider when protecting virtual machines with System Center
Data Protection Manager 2007.
Presenters: Jason Buffington, Senior Technical Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation, and Tony Bailey, Senior Product Manger, Microsoft Corporation
Jason Buffington is the senior technical product manager for Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager. Jason has been working in the networking industry since 1989, focusing mainly on data protection and storage technologies. He is a Certified Business
Continuity Planner, MCSE, MCT, and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in storage technology. Jason has spoken around the world at numerous Microsoft events, and his work has been published in numerous industry journals, including Storage Networking
World, Storage Management Solutions, and Network World. Before joining Microsoft, he held leadership posts at NSI Software with the Double-Take product and at Cheyenne/CA with the ARCserve product. Jason studied computer science at Texas A&M University.
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