Disaster Recovery in a Virtualized World
Thanks for your interest in Zerto & Forrester’s webinar on disaster recovery in a virtualized world. Topics discussed in this webinar are listed below the form on the right.
Rachel Dines is a Principal Analyst for Forrester Research. She conducts research and writes reports, advises, and consults with Fortune 500 clients on topics including IT resiliency and continuity, data center strategy, disaster recovery, backup, and infrastructure and operations metrics. She also speaks at international industry events on topics in IT continuity and resiliency and data center strategy. Finally, Rachel has bee the lead author on over 30 reports, leading to regular quotes in leading technology and mainstream newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Reuters, The Austin Statesman, USA Today, and many others.
Ziv Kedem is founder and Chief Executive Officer for Zerto. He leads the company’s corporate direction and vision. Previously, he co-founded Kashya Inc., now EMC RecoverPoint, where he served as Chief Technology Officer and developed the industry’s most widely used storage replication solution for disaster recovery. Prior to founding Kashya, Ziv co-founded a successful outsourcing business, which provides expertise in algorithmic optimization, security techniques and sophisticated communication technologies for leading international technology companies. Additionally, Ziv served as a research scientist in an elite research unit of the Intelligence Corps for the IDF, where he developed and applied solutions to problems in the fields of mathematics, algorithms and signal processing.
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Discussed in the Webinar:
- Best practices for your disaster recovery environment’s architecture
- How to select the right set of technologies and refine virtualization processes
- Ways to realize the full benefits of virtualization through a new technology that offers enterprise-class replication for business-critical virtual applications