Hello fellow vExperts, I have a couple of bloggers I am giving a briefing to today and figured I would post something here, in case any of you wanted to attend. I started working at HP a couple of months ago in the Data Protection group. We have made a couple of announcements recently. So if you would like to join See you later today.
Here are the details.
we are scheduling a briefing for any bloggers that want to attend on May 20th 12pm EST-1pm EST. We will perform a live demo for them and give them an overview.
Shifting data center requirements are forcing IT organizations to reassess backup and recovery processes, strategies, and infrastructure. Keeping pace with increased data volumes, diverse data formats and complexity, advanced data center technologies such as virtualization and cloud, and new business models such as IT-as-a-service (ITaaS) and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) while still managing and protecting data according to tightening internal policies and always-on 24/7 service level objectives are challenging organizations large and small.
These challenges are the catalyst driving the need to replace yesterday’s reactive and bloated backup models with a progressive approach to data protection that delivers transparency, predictability, and business resiliency within IT environments. On November 2013, HP introduced that game changing approach with the announcement of HP Adaptive Backup and Recovery.
Now, HP is announcing the next wave of Adaptive Backup and Recovery solutions that deliver intuitive reporting and monitoring, guided intelligence, and real-time predictive analytics to simplify and optimize the backup and recovery experience. This innovative, multipronged announcement features not one but three companion product offerings designed to work synergistically to deliver this new era of data protection. The three new offerings are HP Data Protector 9.0, HP’s flagship back offering, and its two new companion products HP Backup Navigator and HP Data Protector Management Pack
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