Let’s consider hypothetically that a disaster has occurred to the data centers. The one thing, 90% of IT admins will focus on doing is trying to get hold of the size of data that’s lost when all they should be doing is continue working on the recovered servers from the previous backup jobs. When most vendors seem to be marketing near Continuous Data Protection(CDP) that assures near zero data data loss- the most critical thing is how near it actually is? This time, you will find experts from Vembu going live on their upcoming webinar-”Towards near-zero data loss. What you need to get right” giving system administrators an insight on tackling this persistent pain point.

So how much disaster-prepared are you? Here’s why joining this webinar session is the one of top things that you should prioritize as October nears.

Why the near CDP rule?: It isn’t all about just replicating your servers to another site during a disaster. It’s about the IT problems that it can resolve and the huge amount of loss in revenue that it can save you from.

It isn’t just about snapshots and replication either! Well, these are there in the storage systems for years together. Getting your RPOs and RTOs right is one of those things that’s very significant. If you are currently running them in a duration of few hours, that’s some serious problem there. What you should be aware is, it definitely can be(should be) brought down to a matter of few minutes.

Getting near CDP right with the Vembu BDR Suite: Avoiding/Reducing data loss, performing successful recovering checks to knowing different recovery scenarios that would help you recover your physical and virtual setups during any downtime and lot more practices is what we will be dealing with.

Interested in knowing more on implementing near zero data loss for your IT setup? Come and join a live webinar session that will be hosted by Vembu’s experts due on the following dates:

  • October 3rd, Wednesday at 2PM ET, 11AM PT – for Americas
  • October 4th, Thursday at 11AM GST – for EMEA, APAC & ANZ

Hope to see you online!

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