Defying Convention at VMworld 2013: Designing VMware backups that work!
VMworld 2013 is just a week away. Perhaps this is the one of the biggest technology events where I get to see experts who really get their hands dirty (functional IT staff like system administrators, VM administrators, Storage administrators, solution architects etc.) back in their jobs.
Whether or not you are using NetBackup, we invite you to attend the session below where we dig deep into VMware vStorage APIs for Data Protection (VADP) and its performance characteristics. We would share the lessons learned from extensive lab benchmarks simulating real production workloads. This will help you design and deploy a backup solution for your VMware vSphere environment that meets your business SLAs.
Time: Wednesday, Aug 28, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Pacific Time
( Great news! VMworld is offering a repeat session as the session above is sold out and waiting list is large. Register for Thursday, Aug 29, 11:00AM to 12:00PM if you couldn't register for the session on Wednesday )
Topic: Session # BCO5851 – VMware Backups that Work – Lessons Learned and Backup Performance Tuning Based on Extensive VADP Benchmark Testing
Speakers: George Winter and Abdul Rasheed (both are VMware vExperts 2013)
There will be some questions at the end. Those who are first to answer those questions would be walking away with some cool gifts!
Stop by Symantec booth during solution floor hours to learn what is new in NetBackup 7.6 and NetBackup 5230 for your vSphere and vCloud environments. This is one of the biggest releases centered on virtualized workloads and you will be delighted to see what is coming!