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Technical Deep Dive: Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

Cloud-based disaster recovery is a flexible, cost-effective way to protect your business critical applications and data in the event of a disaster or disruptive event. Join us for this technical webcast and get a deep dive on VMware vCloud® Air™ (previously known as VMware vCloud® Hybrid Service™) - Disaster Recovery, a new recovery-as-a-service offering for VMware vSphere® virtual environments. You’ll get an in depth look at how to get Disaster Recovery set up and running. This webcast will include a demonstration overview of the service.

Attend this webcast and learn how to:

Deploy the Disaster Recovery service
Configure a remote site for replication
Perform a test failover of a virtual machine

Who Should Attend: Infrastructure, Cloud, Security and Network Architects, Managers and Directors
Recorded Oct 28 2014 56 mins
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