With the magnitude of data occurring across organizations around the world, many businesses are looking for an economical way to implement a disaster recovery solution.  In needing to limit upfront investment and effort, companies find that they can keep their data safe while workloads are running during planned and unplanned outages utilizing cloud services

Join us on June 6 for an introduction to Azure with a deep technical dive into the most common workload customers deploy in Azure, Disaster and Backup and Recovery.

Catapult’s Azure Architect, Mick Monk, will explore common scenarios to a successful and economical Cloud Enabled Backup and Disaster Recovery solution.

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Larry Swonke is the Director of Cloud Solutions and is responsible for helping customers transform their business through the adoption of cloud technology.  Larry brings 28 years of high tech experience with 15 years at Microsoft focusing on Data and Cloud technologies.

Turner Industries

Wednesday, June 6

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

8687 United Plaza Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70809


Turner Industries| Baton Rouge, LA
Wednesday, June 6
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Wednesday, June 6
Turner Industries | Baton Rouge, LA 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

  • Lessons Learned from current Azure Customers
  • Common Backup and Recovery Scenarios
  • Configuring and optimizing Azure Site Recovery
  • BC/DR Scenarios for SQL Server Workloads

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With 24 years as an IT Professional under his belt, Mick Monk’s most recent area of expertise involves architecting and implementing infrastructure solutions built on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Mick has lived in and/or traveled to all the coolest cities in the world (it’s true; the list is too long to type). He also composes electronic music and makes video art adopting 3D-mapping software.

Introduction to Azure Stack and Deep Technical Dive

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