TechNet Radio: Reliable Recovery with Data Protection Manager Version 2
In this episode Matt Hester interviews Jason Buffington about Microsoft Data Protection Manager Version 2 (DPM v2). DPM v2 blends the best aspects of continuous data protection (CDP) with traditional tape backup into a single and reliable data protection solution that enables IT administrators and end-users to rapidly and reliably recover from seamlessly integrated disk and tape. DPM v2 was specifically designed to protect and recover SQL Server, Exchange Server, SharePoint Portal Server, and Windows file services. Jason talks about the underlying technology and how combined with Microsoft's experience in Windows Server technology, DPM v2 provides a technically advanced and comprehensive data protection solution for the most demanding Windows environments.
Plus we have our monthly segment with Kai Axford and Mark Griesi from the Security Response Team, discussing the January Security Bulletin.
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Jason Buffington has been working in the networking industry since 1989, with a majority of that time being focused on data protection. He is a Certified Business Continuity Planner, as well as a Microsoft MCSE-MCT and in 2005 was awarded Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) in Storage technologies. Jason has spoken around the world at events such as SNW, DRJ, CPM, Network Storage Conference, FOSE-Storage, HP-Compaq ENSA, SAN World, and numerous disaster recovery seminars. He has been published in several periodicals, including Storage Networking World, StorageInc., Storage Management Solutions, Network World, CTR, DRJ, TechTarget/SearchStorage and Enterprise Storage. With over 15 years of storage experience, Jason recently joined Microsoft as Senior Technical Product Manager for Data Protection Manager (DPM). He has previously held leadership posts as Director of Business Continuity for NSI Software with Double-Take, and Cheyenne/CA with ARCserve. Jason studied Computer Science at Texas A&M.
Kai Axford is a Sr. Security Strategist at Microsoft.
Data de Publicação: dezembro 20, 2007
Autor: Chris Caldwell