Next week, on June 27th, I’m presenting a webinar with Darren Mar-Elia, titled ‘Picking the right type of solution for Active Directory Backup and Restore’. This free webinar, hosted by Semperis, aims to help you determine the right solution for your needs, whether its reverting changes, undeleting objects, restoring Domain Controllers after ransomware attacks, recovering your entire Active Directory forest or restoring and/or moving your Domain Controllers to a public cloud provider.
About Semperis Inc.
Semperis Inc. is an enterprise identity protection company that enables organizations to quickly recover from accidental or malicious changes and disasters that compromise Active Directory, on-premises and on cloud. The company is led by Mickey Bresman and Guy Teverovsky. Darren is their Head of Product.
Their Semperis Directory Services Protection Platform provides enterprises with the capabilities to automatically restore an entire Active Directory forest, quickly recover thousands of objects or a single crucial attribute, and instantly revert to a previous Active Directory state.
About the webinar
Backing up and restoring Active Directory Domain Controllers have caused headaches for many administrators and the age of the cloud has introduced new challenges and opportunities in this area. Solving these problems before they harm the enterprise is crucial, because often when AD goes down, the entire network becomes inaccessible. The two big pieces in AD continuity planning are replication and proper restores, which means you’ll need proper backups.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss proper backups for Active Directory Domain Controllers. They will be sharing what solutions are on the market today to perform backups and how to pick the Active Directory Domain Controllers solution that serves as the foundation of your restore ambitions.
- What to consider in AD backup and recovery
- How to make sure that your AD backups and restores align with your needs
- Three main types of backup and recovery options
The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday June 27th, 2018, starting at 2PM Eastern Time. We’re scheduled to stop at 3PM, but I’m sure we’ll remain online to answer any questions you may have on this topic.
You’re more than welcome to join us, after initial registration.
This event is free of charge.