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Backup and Recovery for Microsoft Hyper-V Using Best Practices Planning by Brien M. Posey, Microsoft MVP

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Backup and Recovery for Microsoft Hyper-V Using Best Practices Planning by Brien M. Posey, Microsoft MVP
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Download this FREE whitepaper by Brien Posey and learn best practices for backing up Hyper-V. Explore some common "gotchas" that can undermine your disaster recovery initiatives:

  • Two main options for backing up your servers
  • Significant limitations of the backup process
  • And much more!

There usually isn’t anything overly complicated about backing up a physical datacenter. While it’s true that some applications require special consideration, the backup process itself is usually very straightforward. After all, backups have been a common practice for decades. Even so, backups take on a new level of complexity when they are performed in a virtual datacenter. This inherent complexity requires much more planning in order to ensure that virtual servers (and the data residing on them) are recoverable.

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