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Friday, October 14, 2011
Guest post by Paul McClure
CommVault is heading to vForum Sydney! We are looking forward to seeing many of our existing customers and meeting some new friends at the event. From October 19th – 20th, you will find us at booth #5, where we will be showcasing some of our latest products and sharing best practices when implementing modern data management environments.
I will be manning the booth throughout the event and along with Bryan Stibbard, Country Manager – CommVault Australia & New Zealand, and we will be able to demonstrate CommVault's capability of Virtual Server Data Protection, and Scalable Virtual Infrastructure implementation, based on the experiences of our Enterprise and Government end-user community. You can follow the #vForumCV hashtag on Twitter for updates about demos and our booth giveaway during the conference.
The key challenge in deploying large scale VMware and vCloud Director deployments is the ability to quickly and efficiently backup and manage the data supporting the virtual infrastructure. I will be leading a presentation discussing the important aspects of the data protection challenge including:
Title: "Backup in a Snap: A modern backup approach for large-scale VMware and vCloud Director deployments"
Date: Wednesday 19th October
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Bayside Auditorium B
Paul McClure is Product Manager for CommVault Asia Pacific & Japan.
Is there a data standard for Australia? Can this data be 'transferred' to a supercomputer #hpc for data analytics and simulation? Do you utilise eXensible Business Reporting Language #xbrl ? Thx ^RW (Chartered Accountant).
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