In a world of increasingly varied Hypervisor-types, it's just not efficient to run multiple backup and data recovery platforms to cater for them all. Nor do you want to incur extra vendor costs simply as a result of your data volume. This webcast provides tips and clear advice on how to manage backup and recovery from one platform - for as many different hypervisors as you need. Hyper-V, VMware, Xen, RHEV, KVM and Proxmox are all looked at in detail, combined with an exciting run-down of how Bacula's architecture frees you from data volume charges and significantly reduces your cloud, physical and virtual data costs.
Frank Barker, CEO, Bacula Systems
Arno Lehmann, Senior Engineer, Bacula Systems
Frank started his IT career with Hewlett-Packard in the UK, rising through Support and Sales and into Management before moving to the EMEA headquarters in Geneva to run their Telco, Financial Services and Global Accounts businesses. He subsequently ran Hewlett Packard's Consulting and Systems Integration business across EMEA, then moved to the US to set up a worldwide Division around cloud computing. Prior to Bacula Systems he was CEO and Managing Director for several technology companies in software and security and has a track record of successfully growing technology companies.
Arno Lehmann is a founder of Bacula Systems. He has over 20 years experience in data backup and recovery, with a speciality in providing Consulting and Support for open-source software. Arno's focus today is on Bacula, Advanced Data Backup techniques, and Nagios. Arno graduated in Information Technology from the University of Göttingen in Germany.