Webinar July 4: Protect your Mission Critical Applications with Micro Focus Data Protector

Webinar July 4: Protect your Mission Critical Applications with Micro Focus Data Protector

About this webinar
One of the main concerns of IT organizations today is to protect applications, their data and the entire infrastructure in an integrated manner and with a minimum time of interruption. Mission-critical application environments are essential for the survival of an organization.

This means that when a critical environment fails, interrupts or experiences data corruption, business operations are significantly affected. Continuing with the webinars on the features of Data Protector,
we offer you a vision on how to protect the most critical applications:

• Complete integrations that allow executing backup, restoration and disaster recovery processes in the most appropriate manner for each type of environment.
• Granular recovery that allows application administrators to retrieve information to the appropriate point for business needs.
• Automated disaster recovery, also known as bare metal recovery, which allows centrally retrieving virtual or physical servers from a single copy of an existing file system or image.
• Integrated deduplication ensuring that only modified information is transferred from point to point through an optimized deduplication algorithm.
 
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