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Leveraging the power of Azure to build your Hyper-V disaster recovery plan: Free Webinar @Savision

High availability and disaster recovery are key components of an Enterprise’s IT environment. Disaster recovery should not be seen as an “IT Pro” business enabler, but something that is of vital importance to any organization.


All the above is valid when talking about local datacenters, MPLS networking connections, fibre channel interfaces between servers and storage solutions… but what happens when your virtual machines are “somewhere in the cloud”? How do you deal with disaster recovery in that case? Or even better, what about using “the cloud” as your disaster-recovery solution?

To find out, don’t miss our upcoming webinars, presented by MVP & MCT Peter de Tender and co-hosted by Savision’s CTO Rob Doucette, that will explain how:

-You can leverage on the power of Microsoft Azure for building a Hyper-V based datacenter disaster recovery plan.

-You can migrate your in-house VM’s to Microsoft Azure, guaranteeing uptime and availability of the machine and the applications to your end-users.

Not using Hyper-V yet? No worries, Azure Site Recovery can also act as failover for your VMware or physical host platform.

Learn from Peter De Tender, independent technical speaker, valued Microsoft Infrastructure Architect, Microsoft Certified Trainer and Windows IT Pro MVP, about the core features of Azure Site Recovery, extended with insights on how Savision can assist you in monitoring the ASR topology by showing real-time feedback.

Register for the webinars:

Tuesday, September 29, 2015 11:30 am EDT | 5:30 pm CEST

Thursday, October 8, 2015 2:00 pm EDT | 8 pm CEST

If you still haven’t, you can also download Savision’s complimentary whitepaper, written by MVP & MCT Peter de Tender on leveraging the power of Azure.

Download the whitepaper.

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