Houston, TX (Vocus) October 6, 2010
Michael Foertsch is the lead architect and software developer for the SharePoint product group at Idera.
Houston Techfest 2010 on Saturday, October 9, 2010.
The University Center at the University of Houston
Michael Foertsch is the lead architect and software developer for the SharePoint product group at Idera. Currently, he is working on the Idera SharePoint backup™ product. Previously, he was the lead developer of Idera SQL safe™, a very popular high-performance backup and recovery solution for Microsoft SQL Server. Michael is a popular speaker with SharePoint user groups and conferences. During his presentation, Michael will discuss how to protect vital SharePoint data in case of disaster.
“Understanding SharePoint Disaster Recovery,” 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Content databases, configuration databases, the “12 hive”, index files, registry keys… There’s a lot in SharePoint that needs to be backed up in case of a disaster! In this presentation, Michael will explore the various types of backup operations available in SharePoint and what is actually backed up in these operations. He will discuss best practices for SharePoint disaster recovery and environment configuration, as well as cover tips and tricks for SharePoint’s built-in backup and restore tools. Finally, Michael will go over the major differences between SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010 disaster recovery.
Idera provides tools for Microsoft SQL Server, SharePoint and PowerShell management and administration. Our products provide solutions for performance monitoring, backup and recovery, security and auditing and PowerShell scripting. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Idera is a Microsoft Gold Partner and has over 7,000 customers worldwide. To learn more, please contact Idera at +1-713.523.4433 or visit http://www.idera.com.
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