Wednesday, October 29, 2014 @ 12:00pm ET
Backup and Restore of a SharePoint environment can be a complex endeavor as the product consists of multiple components running at various tiers, each with their own backup and restore requirements. In addition, SharePoint documents are stored as Binary Large Objects (BLOBs) in Microsoft SQL Server, which can consume a large amount of expensive high-speed disk. Finding space to backup all of that data on a regular basis and provide for aggressive Service Level Agreements can subsequently be a challenging task. This storage issue causes a greater burden if you have to keep backups stored for a lengthy amount time. This webcast focuses on the storage aspects of SharePoint Backup and Restore, outlining how concepts like Shredded Storage work and examining advanced concepts such as Remote BLOB Storage and ways to reduce your overall backup storage footprint for SharePoint and even attain faster backup speeds.
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Michael Noel is a partner at Convergent Computing, a Microsoft SharePoint MVP, and the author of books on SharePoint, Windows Server, ISA Server, and Exchange Server. His latest book is SharePoint 2010 Unleashed (Sams).
Steve Goldberg began his career in SharePoint as a consultant and developer at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), creating highly customized environments. For the past 4 years, he has been a member of Axceler’s engineering and pre-sales team. He currently serves as a senior technical resource for Metalogix’s worldwide sales force, ensuring the success of many enterprises every week. Follow him @IAmGoldberg to see his musings about the world of SharePoint.