Dell EMC commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying Dell EMC All-Flash storage. The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of Dell EMC All-Flash storage solutions on their organizations. To better understand the investment benefits, costs, and risks, Forrester interviewed four current customers who have deployed Dell EMC All-Flash storage solutions in their organizations. Join us to review the findings.
Join David Lombardi, from Dell EMC, Mike Adams from VMware, and Steve Duplessie, Founder and Senior Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group, for an in depth discussion on latest trends and challenges with respect to VMware data protection and how Dell EMC and VMware are making it easier to protect virtualized workloads, even as more mission critical workloads are becoming virtualized and public and private clouds are increasingly becoming a central part of the IT environment.
Attendees to this webinar will:
•Find out what your colleagues are worried about with respect to protecting VMware workloads
•Hear about the latest innovations from VMware, including VMware Cloud on AWS
•Learn about best practices and technological innovations from Dell EMC to protect all VMware workloads, including high IO mission-critical applications, and cloud workloads
Most businesses today have multiple point products and protection siloes for different applications and platforms. With increased time-to-value, costs and complexity, many IT organizations are looking into converged systems for simplifying their infrastructure management and enhancing operational efficiencies. Dell EMC’s converged and comprehensive data protection appliance is purpose-built to solve data protection challenges with next gen convergence technologies such as search and analytics, accelerated recovery, and support for physical, virtual and cloud.
Networker version 9 and beyond is addressing a vast set of current and next generation data protection challenges. Please join this webinar where we highlight the ease of use enhancements in the NetWorker v9.x series, ease of upgrade from prior releases and how NetWorker uniquely addresses critical uses cases such as virtualization and cloud. We will also demonstrate and discuss how NetWorker version 9.x uses state of the art software infrastructure enhancements and integration points with the broader Dell EMC ecosystem to deliver unprecedented levels of data protection performance and scalability both on premise and in the cloud.
Dell EMC’s Data Domain deduplication engine is data agnostic. This means the engine will attempt to find duplicate segments in the backup stream and deduplicate it by referencing the existing segment already on the Data Domain. Normally, if the data has not changed, the backup stream should be theoretically identical. In this webcast, we discover how RMAN modifies the Oracle database backup stream making it difficult to deduplicate and how an mtree option enables the deduplication engine via a more sophisticated algorithm to handle the modifications made by RMAN.
Many mainframe customers are co-managing mainframe physical tape (65 years old this year) for long-term retention of records AND virtual tape on disk. With our release of DLm 4.5, we are enabling customers to use their private or public clouds to accelerate the demise of physical tape at a time when some large agencies like the US government have mandates in place to be “cloud-enabled”.
Learn how Dell EMC is helping customers protect endpoint data from data loss and attacks through using the Mozy backup solution. Many small to large customers use Mozy to protect critical information stored at the edge. Here are some of the things that will be covered in the session
•What is Mozy online Backup?
•Why are many of Dell EMC customers using Mozy to protect endpoint data?
•How does Mozy mitigate risk from a malware attack?
In this session learn how Dell EMC's most recent technical developments can enable you to solve the most difficult data protection challenges of today while laying the foundation to address the challenges of tomorrow. Our discussion topics will span protecting mission critical applications, virtualized environments, and next-gen apps. Additionally, we’ll discuss our capabilities when protecting workloads ‘Born in the Cloud’ or ‘Living in the Cloud’.
The new generation of Dell EMC Data Domain, the industry’s leading protection storage, has been designed to meet the challenges of the modern data centers such as big data, cloud and virtualization. Learn how Data Domain systems can help you modernize your data protection strategy.