Neverfail to Participate in "Virtualization Concepts and Practices" Panel at Interop Las Vegas 2011 Neverfail's VP of Marketing Addresses Virtualization Concepts and Practices
AUSTIN, Texas, May 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Join speaker Bob Roudebush and other panelists as they explore the session topic "Protecting Your Virtual Environment: Backup, DR, HA, FT" a part of the Interop Virtualization Track– including the benefits and challenges of data protection and availability when moving to a virtual infrastructure.
Bob Roudebush, VP of Marketing, Neverfail
A well-managed virtual environment should include leveraging virtualization and newly available tools to improve the way you implement backup, disaster recovery, high availability and possibly fault tolerance. Learn how various virtualization capabilities fit on the continuum of protection and availability and hear best practices involving various technologies including image backup, VM and storage snapshots, replication, high availability, clustering and fault tolerance.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Interop Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay, Lagoon H
Neverfail is a leading global software company providing affordable data protection, high availability, and disaster recovery solutions focused on keeping users productive. Neverfail's software solutions enable users to remain continuously connected to the live software application irrespective of hardware, software, operating system, or network failures. Neverfail's mission of eliminating application downtime for the end user delivers the assurance of business continuity, removes the commercial and IT management costs associated with system downtime, and enables the more productive use of IT resources. Neverfail, a US Managed Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, is a consistent and active early adopter participant and contributor in all mission-critical Microsoft applications. It is also a member of the Microsoft SQL Server Always On Alliance. More information can be found at www.neverfailgroup.com.
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