PHD Virtual Redefines the Meaning of Value in Data Protection for Virtualised and Cloud Environments
Introducing… PHD Virtual
PHD Virtual offers you the absolute best value in certified backup and recovery assurance for virtual and cloud environments. With more than 6,500 customers of all sizes worldwide, they make data protection and disaster recovery more effective, easier to use and far more affordable than competitive alternatives.
Data management and DR specialist Frontier Technology, in partnership with PHD Virtual, invites you to a forum about the market’s most cost-effective, yet feature-rich, approach to virtual machine backup, disaster recovery and testing.
Seats are limited. Register now to avoid disappointment.
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Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 noon
PHD Virtual Redefines the Meaning of Value in Data Protection for Virtualised and Cloud Environments.
The core of PHD Virtual’s unique architectural advantage, the Virtual Backup Appliance (VBA), is a lightweight, virtual appliance that packs in a multitude of advanced features, scales with multiple VBA’s yet requires no PHD or third party software license costs or server maintenance.
There are three key advantages to this solution:
- First class virtual machine backup, with granular recovery; can use local, remote and/or cloud storage resources
- Converges backup and disaster recovery into a single, cost effective solution and greatly simplifies failover and failback processes. Can use either built in software, or if you have it, array based replication
- Provides a unique capability to ensure failover success by continuously testing recovery, measuring actual recovery points and times and alerts you if out of compliance
If you are looking for the best in virtual machine protection or need a simple and cost-effective solution to meet your business continuity needs, this event is for you.
Ian Jones is a Senior Product Specialist with PHD Virtual with over 13 years of experience working with Microsoft, VMware, Citrix and associated products, specialising in systems installation, management, migrations, consolidations, conversions, integration and architecture. His certifications include MCSE, CCEA, CCSP, VTSP, and VSP. He has worked as a systems engineer, pre-sales consultant, and manager for Motorola, ScriptLogic, and VirtualSharp until it was acquired by PHD Virtual. Ian is a graduate of Kelsterton College and a member of Mensa. In between his busy traveling schedule, Ian is often a featured webinar speaker on Disaster Recovery Testing and Assurance.
For more information about this event, please get in touch with Divina Tumlos at 0845 603 6552 | firstname.lastname@example.org