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Hybrid Cloud Workloads: Storage and Backup

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As you may know, Microsoft is becoming a "devices & services" company. And devices can mean more than phones, tablets, and consumer services. They can also be data center infrastructure products. The same way that client/server architectures reshaped enterprise computing in the '90s, device and service designs will change the future of enterprise IT.

The broad interest in software-defined networking (SDN) shows how eager customers and vendors are to integrate on-premises devices (both real and virtual) with centralized management services. Why? To respond faster to changes and to increase the utilization of the physical infrastructure.  

This course introduces you to strategies and features of both on-premises and cloud solutions in the area of storage from Microsoft, along with some hands-on experiences. 

Instructor | ​ Andrew McMurray  – Microsoft Senior IT Pro Evangelist

  • 01 | Storage On-Prem Innovations

    02:00:00
  • 02 | Storage in the Public Cloud

    00:38:00
  • 03 | Hybrid Cloud Storage with StorSimple

    00:43:00
  • 04 | Windows Azure Backup

    00:37:00
  • 05 | Hybrid Backup DPM

    00:35:00
  • 06 | Hybrid Data Protection - StorSimple

    00:34:00
  • Recommended Resources & Next Steps

    00:25:00
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