Utilizing Azure Site Recovery in your Disaster Recovery Plan
Business disruptions and downtime can cause serious damage to a company's bottom line. And today, with multiple potential sources of disruption — from equipment failure to natural disasters and cyber-attacks — IT leaders are seeking even faster and more resilient disaster recovery (DR) strategies. As the tools to implement DR plans become more sophisticated, the options for leveraging public cloud infrastructure for backup, replication, and recovery have increased. Microsoft Azure Site Recovery helps ensure business continuity by enabling replication for Azure VMs and on-premises virtual machines and physical servers. Join us for a discussion around the latest trends in DRaaS, and how organizations are leveraging Microsoft Azure Site Recovery (ASR) to ensure data is safe and available. About the Speakers: Justin Jakowski is an Azure Cloud Infrastructure Solutions Professional on Microsoft’s Global Blackbelt team. He analyzes customer technical requirements and provides options and recommendations around Azure Cloud Infrastructure workloads such as Site Recovery, Backup, Open Source, ExpressRoute and Networking. He has more than 15 years of experience in the IT industry with various roles in management, engineering, pre-sales and consulting. Dale Levesque is responsible for the development of various cloud and managed services, including storage, backup, and DRaaS, for TierPoint. Prior to TierPoint, Dale served in a number of strategic technology roles, including the deployment of international fixed broadband wireless infrastructure and management of global software development teams in the enterprise virtualization space. Mr. Levesque also served in the United States Navy, supporting Operation Desert Storm.