OffsiteDataSync and Veeam address the data loss risk scenarios of Microsoft’s Office 365 Service Level Agreement, what is and is not really covered, and who is responsible for lost data from Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business.
OffsiteDataSync and Veeam identify and review the risks, regulations, and challenges associated with the ability to recover and retain data for your Office 365 backups. Learn how to plan, communicate, and collaborate your Office 365 Backup strategy to protect the data that Microsoft does not.
OffsiteDataSync and Veeam developed a Disaster Recovery as a Service Technical Walkthrough, guiding you through solution and partner options for setting up a technology disaster recovery plan, functionalities, limitations, and how disaster recovery preparedness is easier than you think.
OffsiteDataSync and Veeam address the critical aspects of disaster recovery testing guiding you towards establishing and executing a disaster recovery testing plan schedule and maintaining it as a mandatory part of your disaster recovery strategy.
OffsiteDataSync and Veeam bring you this disaster recovery planning eBook, covering the complete process to follow to build a proper technology DR plan and what should be included so your business has the ability to resume operations after a disaster.
OffsiteDataSync reviews solutions and the options available to effectively to get backups offsite and into a cloud for disaster recovery. Analyzing architecture infrastructure considerations of the pros and cons based upon customer backup requirements and restraints to determine which “tool” is most effective.
OffsiteDataSync and Veeam clarify the differences between IaaS, DRaaS, and BaaS to determine which “as a Service” offering your organization should leverage by actionably identifying your Disaster Recovery needs and how they can be met.
What is cloud-native application development? Explore 8 key ingredients to effective cloud-native app dev. Download the infographic to learn more.
To succeed in an increasingly competitive market, educational publishing company Scholastic decided to adopt a more flexible microservices-based development approach to offer new products and services faster. To take advantage of a supported Kubernetes container platform, the company chose to deploy Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Check out this guide with eight takeaways on hyper-converged infrastructure from the experts presenting at the recent Redmondmag.com and Virtualization and Cloud Review virtual summit, "Maximizing HCI." Includes tips on monitoring and validating the solution and for managing your HCI team.