Windows Server 2012 High Availability, Disaster Recovery and Data Protection

Maximizing availability and protecting your corporate data are quite possibility two of the most important tasks that the IT administrator has. Downtime is expensive both in terms of direct costs as well as in lost opportunities and frustrations for the end users. Even more important than providing high availability is the ability to protect your corporate data and to be able to quickly recover your data in the event of a disaster or site level failure. In this presentation we’ll look at the new features in Windows Server 2012 that are designed to maximize availability and protect your corporate assets from disasters. We’ll dive into the enhancements in Windows Failover Clustering where you’ll learn about the new clustering scalability and availability enhancements. Next, you learn about the enhanced file server and infrastructure availability enhancements that are part of the new SMB 3.0 file sharing protocol and the new DHCP failover features.  You’ll learn how you can provide disaster recovery protection for your VMs using the new Hyper-V Replica feature. Finally, you will learn how to extend your infrastructure investments to simplify backup and data protection across your virtualized Microsoft applications and private cloud environments—and confidently address increasing SLA requirements.

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  • Sean Deuby

    Technical Director - Sean Deuby, Technical Director for Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Magazine, has over 25 years' experience in enterprise IT. He began his IT career running Texas Instruments' IBM VM systems, then helped design, deploy, and support TI's first Windows NT 3.5 worldwide infrastructure. He spent 10 years with Intel Corporation, where he was one of the architects of Intel's corporate Active Directory forest and the design engineer of the directory services team. A longtime Contributing Editor before joining the magazine, Sean has written many articles and a book on Windows Server and Active Directory, and speaks on these topics at conferences around the world. Microsoft has awarded Sean the MVP (Most Valuable Professional) distinction for directory services every year since 2004.

  • Bryan Walsh

    Americas Lead – Microsoft Solutions - EMC Corporation
    With over 15 years specializing in Microsoft architecture and design, Bryan Walsh came to EMC as part of its acquisition of Internosis in January, 2006. Over the years, Bryan has served in multiple roles including national competency lead as well as a global resource focusing primarily on the benefits and value of leveraging EMC technologies with the deployment of Microsoft applications.

  • Michael Jones

    As Principal Product Manager for EMC’s Backup Recovery Systems (BRS) division, Michael  is responsible for developing and driving the Microsoft strategy and product direction for the both the Avamar and NetWorker product lines. Prior to joining EMC, he served for eight years at VERITAS & Symantec as Group Product Manager for the VERITAS Storage Foundation for Windows product family enabling enterprise class storage management for Windows customers. 
     
    Michael has more than 15 years product management experience helping companies drive technologies such as bar coding, wireless LANs and fibre channel SANs successfully across the chasm into mainstream markets. He has over 12 years of experience working with Microsoft. Michael resides in Seattle Washington where he enjoys water sports, skiing and the general outdoors.

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