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Wednesday, May 17 • 8:00am - 9:45am
Backup is Dead! Restore is Born in the Cloud! LIMITED

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Session Description:
Ok - everybody is talking about the cloud but HOW can I leverage the true power of cloud-based-restores? During this session Robert Hedblom (MVP) and Steve Buchanan (MVP) will present actual concepts that are based on multiple cloud services that will provide a scenario driven solution based on actual restore scenarios. By empowering the concept you will get a deeper understanding of HOW and WHY you should combine the different possibilities within OMS and other Azure based components. Join us in this session and get the latest and greatest information on HOW and WHY regarding restore and disaster recover. Remember, the concept of backup is dead!

What you will learn:
  • How to think regarding restore concepts
  • How you can leverage the power of Azure
  • Azure Backup design considerations
  • Azure Backup Server technologies
  • System Center Data Protection Manager 2016
  • Instant-restore concepts

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Steve Buchanan

Microsoft MVP, Group Manager - Cloud Transformation/DevOps, Accenture/Avanade
Steve Buchanan is a Group Manager – Cloud Transformation/DevOps with Avanade/Accenture, a 7-time Microsoft MVP, and author of several technical books focused on cloud and data center management. In his 19+ years as an IT professional, Steve has held positions ranging from infrastructure... Read More →
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Robert Hedblom

Microsoft MVP, Sumnerv
Robert Hedblom is a well-known external partner and also internal partner at Microsoft due to his high skillsets and experience when it comes to designing scenario driven solutions based on the System Center stack, Azure and Windows Server technologies. Roberts focus as a Cloud and... Read More →

Wednesday May 17, 2017 8:00am - 9:45am

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