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Build Effective and Highly Available Disaster Recovery Solutions Using Microsoft Virtualization

Does your organization have a reliable and cost-effective cross-site Disaster Recovery solution? Virtualization has been a game changer for businesses; many are finding that using virtualization puts site recovery within their reach.

Microsoft is raising the bar, delivering robust functionality for cross-site disaster recovery leveraging Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008 R2 Hyper-V™, Failover Clustering along with the System Center management suite. Microsoft Site Recovery Solutions can simplify and accelerate the implementation of effective, end-to-end, cross-site failover solutions.

Join this live webcast as Enterprise Strategy Group and Microsoft explore key drivers for using virtualization in site recovery solutions. You'll also hear practical guidance for designing and deploying site recovery solutions using virtualization technologies. Learn how:

  • Virtualization is changing the game for Site Recovery Solutions.
  • Delivering bullet proof application and data availability across a range of applications is within reach for your business.
  • Microsoft clustering can be utilized to deliver advanced fail-over and fail-back for planned and unplanned downtime.


Jim Schwartz Solutions Marketing Director As Director of Virtualization Solutions for Microsoft, Jim manages engagements with infrastructure and application partners to define solutions based on virtualization technologies, drive awareness, ensure field readiness, and manage joint go-to-market strategies. Previously with Microsoft, Jim led teams charged with Product and Program management for the Global Marketing Platform, a SOA based application suite for executing marketing campaigns. Ahmed Bisht Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation Ahmed Bisht is a senior program manager on the Windows Server High Availability team at Microsoft. His responsibilities include the network load balancing feature and several features of failover clustering. He joined Microsoft in 1999 and has worked on multiple development and testing projects, including reliability tools and hardware certification tests. Mark Bowker Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group

Mark is a senior analyst focusing on all things virtualization and cloud computing. Mark researches the various virtualization technologies available and the impact these solutions have on IT strategies and the broader marketplace. His other research areas include cloud computing, data center management, and application workload deployment in next generation data centers, as well as the external influences that drive the adoption of these technologies.

Nov 5, 2009, 13:30 EST (18:30 GMT)

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