Product(s): System Center Data Protection Manager.
Audience(s): IT Professionals.
Duration: 60 Minutes
Start Date: Thursday, October 18, 2007 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
By now, you have heard how Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 is poised to deliver a unified solution for continuous data protection (CDP) and traditional tape backup. You may also know that System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 is optimized for the major Microsoft workloads, including Microsoft SQL Server, Exchange Server, Virtual Server, Windows SharePoint Services, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, and desktops running the Windows XP or Windows Vista operating systems. In this webcast, we focus on the other advanced features delivered in System Center Data Protection Manager 2007, including:
· Command-line control of System Center Data Protection Manager using Windows PowerShell.
· Enterprise monitoring of System Center Data Protection Manager with Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 (and Microsoft Operations Manager 2005).
· Enterprise deployment methods for distributing the System Center Data Protection Manager agent.
· System Center Data Protection Manager System Recovery Tool (SRT), providing bare-metal recovery of servers and desktops running Windows.
Join us to learn what else is coming in System Center Data Protection Manager 2007.
Presenter: Jason Buffington, Senior Technical Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation
Jason Buffington is the senior technical product manager for Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager. Jason has been working in the networking industry since 1989, focusing mainly on data protection and storage technologies. He is a Certified Business Continuity Planner, MCSE, MCT, and was previously awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in storage technology. Jason has spoken around the world at numerous Microsoft events, and his work has been published in several industry journals, including Storage Networking World, Storage Management Solutions, and Network World. Before joining Microsoft, he held positions at NSI Software with Double-Take and at Cheyenne/pre-CA around ARCserve. Jason studied computer science at Texas A&M University.
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