Modernizing VMware Disaster Recovery
Digital Learning Guide Series
While IT budgets are tightening, the number of threats to VMware environments is increasing. Organizations must find a way to lower costs while modernizing their disaster recovery strategies. Our digital learning guide will walk you step by step through that process.
Digital Learning Guides (DLG) are six-minute master classes designed to educate you on a topic in bite-sized chunks. Every other week we will send you a new video (but NO PowerPoint slides) that should take less than six minutes to watch.
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Chapter Summary: Modernizing VMware Disaster Recovery
Video 1: "The Three Requirements for DR Modernization."
The first video will cover the three requirements for DR Modernization. Learn what can stay the same and what needs to change. It will also cover how to lower the cost of VMware Disaster Recovery.
Video 2 "The Importance of an On-premises DR Solution."
The second video in this series will focus on disasters that don't impact the entire data center but are almost as severe. This video will show you how to build a cost-effective on-premises DR solution that protects you against storage system failure, server failure, rack failure, or ransomware attack.
Video 3: "How to Build a Ransomware Proof DR Solution."
The third video will focus on protecting your DR solution from Ransomware. Ransomware is evil enough if it corrupts your production data, but if it corrupts your DR data, your only option may be to pay the ransom. You can learn how to create a resilient DR copy in this video.
Video 4 "Simplifying the DR Test Strategy."
Every disaster recovery expert will tell you that testing is essential to a DR plan. They are right, but the key to consistent testing is simplifying the process. This video will show you how to make testing easy and risk-free.
Video 5: "Moving Beyond VMware DR."
One of the best ways to decrease the cost of DR is to increase the usability of the process. This video will help you identify other ways to use the DR environment for other use cases like Test-Dev, reporting, and production.