This is a guest post from vCloud Service Provider, Bluelock.
Recovery-as-a-Service (RaaS) is an exciting new way to leverage the cloud to protect your workloads. With any new technology comes questions, however, and on Wednesday, July 24th at 2 p.m. EDT/11 a.m. PDT Bluelock is going to seek to answer your biggest questions.
You already know that RaaS provides a simple, affordable and dependable recovery solution with which to protect your applications from any disaster, be it human or environmental. If you’ve been following RaaS news, you already know that it’s an ideal solution for the VMware workload because of its integration with VMware vCenter, vSphere and VMware vCloud® Director. You may have even seen a demonstration of the self-service that allows customers to manage RTOs, RPOs, testing and declaration.
But, like with any new technology or product offering, you probably still have lingering questions.
Bluelock CTO Pat O’Day and Solutions Architect Jake Robinson encourage those questions and they’ve set aside one hour on Wednesday, July 24th to cover the Top 10 RaaS Questions and their answers.
In this session, O’Day and Robinson will answer questions about the difference between backups and RaaS, how to manage networking, what’s automated and what’s not and the ideal configuration for your RPO and RTO settings. Topics will also include how to initially transfer data to the cloud and what happens during failover and failback.
As an added bonus, O’Day and Robinson will also answer additional questions you have on the spot about cloud-based disaster recovery and RaaS, so you’ll be sure to hear the answers to even more than the top 10 RaaS questions.
Attendees will also be eligible to win a $250 Visa Gift Card!
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn more about Recovery-as-a-Service in the cloud!
If you’re interested in learning more about RaaS prior to the webinar, check out these previous RaaS webinar recordings:
- Cloud makes DR Easy, Affordable and Efficient Cloud-based Recovery-as-a-Service is the latest in disaster recovery technology. Recovery-as-a-Service (RaaS) is the ideal on-ramp to cloud to solve your need to recover quickly, easily and efficiently after a disaster strikes.
- Cloud-based Recovery-as-a-Service is the latest in disaster recovery technology. Recovery-as-a-Service (RaaS) is the ideal on-ramp to cloud to solve your need to recover quickly, easily and efficiently after a disaster strikes. This webinar will provide a technical deep dive into how Recovery-as-a-Service actually works, with three demo scenarios.