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by Aaron Powell
It's been a long time since we've seen browsers evolving at the rate which they currently are with Microsoft, Mozilla and Google releasing preview versions of their future browser rolling every few months, not every few years. And with each browser release we see better HTML5 support, more CSS3 support and occasionally experimental features. But how do you hit the moving target which is the modern web? What libraries are out there that you should be using to ensure that you're not repeating the boring tasks of the modern web? How do you ensure that you're building sites that will also support older browsers?
In March 2009, a large part of the Sydney CBD was plunged into a series of blackouts as a result of multiple cable faults. While uninterruptible power supplies normally cover this, a hitherto unknown UPS fault caused an immediate power failure to an Exchange mailbox server and SAN. Before the power even returned, it was easy to predict the outcome – unmountable Exchange databases. In this session, we’ll take you through the available recovery options in an Exchange environment – including System Center Data Protection Manager - and highlight how it was possible to return Exchange to full operation – without loss of a single email – with a minimum of downtime.
System Center Data Protection Manager is fast growing in popularity, but planning for successful deployment is essential. How should you attack your deployment? What are the key things you can focus on to ensure your transition from your old backup regime will be seamless and bulletproof? This session focuses on key learnings from real world deployment that will help you to understand the DPM approach, plan for successful deployment, and deliver sustainable protection goals to meet business needs.
30th August to 2nd September 2011