Date: Thursday, April 30, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Businesses continue to move workloads to public clouds like AWS. Why? The cloud can reduce capex costs, provide virtually unlimited scalability and flexibility, and improve efficiency by enabling you to focus more on business initiatives and less on maintaining a data center. But the cloud also presents security and data protection challenges. One common misconception is that moving your data to the cloud means that data is automatically protected. Unfortunately, that's not the case. You are responsible for securing your data in the cloud.
In this webinar, we’ll cover the benefits and challenges of moving to the cloud, and explain the importance of cloud data protection. In addition, you’ll learn seven best practices when backing up your AWS data that include how to:
- Automate day-to-day operations
- Securely isolate your backup data
- Avoid unexpected costs
- Gain multi-cloud mobility
- And more!
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Michael Otey, Contributing Editor, ITPro Today
He is a senior contributing editor for ITPro Today and SQL Server Pro and is president of TECA Inc. a technical writing, content creation, software development and consulting company in Portland, Oregon. Michael is a former SQL Server Microsoft MVP. He was also Senior Technical Director and lab manager for Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Pro where he performed numerous hardware and software product reviews. He covers the topics of data center, SQL Server, Windows Server, virtualization, hardware, storage, Azure, the hybrid cloud, systems management, VMware vSphere, containers, and PowerShell. Michael has written hundreds of technical articles and dozens of technical books. He does frequent webcasts and is a regular presenter at IT/Dev Connections and other technical conferences.
David Hill, Global Technologist, Product Strategy, Veeam Software
David is a Global Technologist working within Veeam’s Product Strategy Group, developing the companies multi-cloud strategy. Before joining Veeam, David was the lead evangelist at VMware in the public cloud business unit. Over the past twenty years, David has been a successful entrepreneur, architect and business consultant working with some of the top consultancies and businesses around the world. David is a regular contributor to the virtualization community, a vExpert since 2012 and a former Veeam Vanguard. Follow David on twitter @davidhill_co.
Sam Nicholls, Principal Product Manager, Global Product Marketing, Veeam Software
Sam Nicholls is a senior manager for Global Product Marketing at Veeam, combining over 10 years of sales, alliance management and product marketing experience in the IT industry. Sam has developed a strong track record of success and knowledge across multiple markets and trends within today’s enterprise, including virtualization, cloud computing, hyper-converged infrastructure and data protection technologies.