Backups That Work

May 19, 2010
1:00 PM EDT    10:00 AM PDT    5:00 PM GMT   
Length Approximately One Hour
Speakers Doug Hazelman, Director, Global Systems Engineer Group
Carryl Roy, Editor-in-Chief, Virtual Strategy Magazine
Dave Simpson, Editor-in-Chief , InfoStor



Your organization makes a huge investment in backup—in time, effort and money. And your backups are a valuable resource. However, unless something goes wrong, you may never use those backups.

But with virtualization, you can put backups to work every day… and ensure every backup works.

•           Save the day for users who accidentally delete important emails or modify application data.
•           Simplify testing and troubleshooting with an on-demand replica of any production VM from any point in time.
•           Protect critical systems—and your job by verifying the recoverability of every backup.
•           Reduce costs by eliminating backup job failures and agent administration.

In this webcast, we’ll explore how virtualization changes the landscape for backup and recovery—and data protection in general—so you can meet recovery time and recovery point objectives faster, easier, and less expensively.

Join Doug Hazelman, chief strategist at Veeam Software, for new ideas that you can put to work today to enhance daily operations and business continuity.

Speakers Title

Doug Hazelman
Global Systems Engineer Group

Carryl Roy
Virtual Strategy Magazine

Dave Simpson


About Veeam Software :

Veeam Software, a premier-level VMware Technology Alliance partner, helps organizations safeguard their investment in virtual infrastructure by providing innovative systems management software designed to reduce costs, increase productivity and mitigate risk. Veeam is an international company with U.S. headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, European headquarters in Reading, UK, and APAC headquarters based in Sydney Australia. Worldwide, Veeam has more than 6,000 customers, and is currently adding new customers at the rate of 600 per month. The company’s popular FastSCP freeware is used by more than 100,000 VMware professionals, making it the most widely used free tool to help manage VMware vSphere.

The company was founded in 2006 by the team previously behind Aelita Software, well known for its Windows Server management solutions. In 2008, Veeam acquired nworks, adding enterprise management connectors that bridge the gap between VMware virtual infrastructure and enterprise systems management tools from Microsoft and HP.  Veeam is rapidly expanding its presence and its partner network around the world, and will continue to offer innovative and practical solutions to help IT professionals better manage their virtual infrastructure. Today the company focuses on managing VMware servers, but as customer requirements grow, Veeam will support other virtual environments.