Microsoft Azure in HE webinar series – Azure Site Recovery, with Sol-Tec


As our February webinar series covering Azure in Higher Education draws to a close, we’re going to cover a question that is being asked in a lot places, which is about finding one tool to manage DR across VMware and Hyper-V estates. Azure Site Recovery is the answer. 

To learn more about this, join us and specialist partner Sol-Tec on Friday the 27th at 12:00pm for the last in this month’s series of webinars.

Join this session

Azure Site Recovery (12:00pm Friday 27th February 2015)
Join Lync Meeting or join by phone +441189093000 Conference ID: 90268896

What will the session cover?

With Azure, Microsoft has developed products from its existing platform and created cloud specific new ones, to accelerate the time to market the latter has tended to come through acquisition. Acquiring InMage in 2014, specifically its Scout product, has enabled the Microsoft to transform Azure Site Recovery from a useful DR tool for the Windows platform into a best of breed business continuity solution. The integration of InMage Scout means that ASR can now protect Hyper-V, VMware and Windows and Linux physical servers. ASR provides automated replication of servers and orchestrated recovery to a secondary location or Microsoft Azure. In addition ASR provides simple DR testing, the ability to temporarily migrate services and, as part of Azure, you will only ever pay for what you are using.

Sol-Tec logoWho are Sol-Tec?

Sol-Tec has been a Microsoft partner for over 20 years and is now focused on the cloud; a Microsoft cloud partner with dedicated Cloud and Infrastructure Services team delivering Azure and Office 365 solutions. Sol-Tec is a StorSimple 8000 series partner, one of only a few in the UK, and has recently completed an ASR Technology Adoption Program, for the latest update, prior to general release. Sol-Tec’s longevity in the IT industry provides an understanding of traditional IT technology and architecture and business process, to better understand where and how to integrate cloud services, vital at a time where hybrid environments are prevalent.


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