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Friday, September 19, 2014

Joint Live Webinar:- VEEAM Backup & Replication vs. StarWind Virtual SAN: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Run Entirely by RTO / RPO Numbers

 

FB_VEEAM Backup & Replication VS StarWind Virtual SAN

Tuesday, September 30, 2:00 pm ET / 11:00 am PT

Featured Speakers:

Ryan Post, Inside Systems Engineer, Veeam Software, Inc.
Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software

Host: George Crump, Senior Analyst, Storage Switzerland, LLC

Should I use VEEAM Backup & Replication to meet my disaster recovery plan needs? Or should I use StarWind Virtual SAN for business continuity? Or should I use both? Two products or not.
Join StarWind and Veeam on a collaborate webinar, to come to know how to pick the right tools to meet the business continuity challenges and take full control of your RTO and RPO.

Registration: http://redmondmag.com/webcasts/2014/09/starwind-sep30.aspx?partnerref=starwind4

Pick Your Special Promo_FB

September Promo: Pick your special promo!

Only in September, StarWind offers you to pick a promo yourself!
Choose either, a 20% OFF MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) discount
or 1 extra year FREE ASM (Annual Support & Maintenance).
The Offer applies to:

  • Purchase of any StarWind Virtual SAN edition
  • Capacity Upgrade (upgrade of your current StarWind product to a higher capacity tier)

· StarWind Asynchronous replication
Fulfill your company’s Disaster Recover (DR) setup with just one virtual machine in your DR site with our cost-effective pure software solution: on any hypervisor, existing general-purpose hardware, and in a private or public Cloud (e.g. Amazone, Asure). Asynchronous mode will not affect the performance of the whole system since the DR site does not require high performance. Learn more

· StarWind Virtual Tape Library
StarWind Virtual Tape Library converts inexpensive high capacity SATAs into a virtual tape library, emulating real tape hardware. The Backup window is significantly reduced, due to the fact that the VTL is utilizing hard disks rather than much slower tape. StarWind VTL preserves the existing infrastructure. Learn more

Pick Your Promo: http://www.starwindsoftware.com/pick-your-special-promo/?utm_source=blog&utm_medium=blogtextlink&utm_campaign=campaignId-366

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