How Notre Dame Maintains Uptime on AWS: A Master Class

Date: June 13th at 9am PDT / 12 noon EDT

Founded in 1842, the University of Notre Dame is steeped in history—but it’s by no means stuck in the past. Fast forward 176 years and Notre Dame has adopted a forward-thinking backup strategy for its Amazon Web Services (AWS) environment. The university turned to Cloud Protection Manager (CPM) from N2WS, a Veeam company, to protect numerous accounts and AWS regions with regularly-scheduled, incremental, snapshot-based backups.

Join our upcoming webinar to hear Aaron Wright, Notre Dame Systems Engineer, discuss how the university maintains continuity when unforeseen circumstances arise. When the applications team rolled out a patch on a production server, they unwittingly introduced a vulnerability. Notre Dame passed the test with flying colors: they successfully leveraged CPM to roll it back, thereby retaining critical data and supporting business continuity. 

Join this webinar to learn how you can:

  • Protect AWS workloads with snapshot-based backups.
  • Save up to 20% of your technicians’ time using CPM’s software automation.
  • Recover a single file or a full environment in less than 60 seconds.
  • Protect against malicious or accidental data loss using cross-account and cross-region disaster recovery.

Who Should Attend:

Chief Digital Officers, Chief Innovation Officers, Business Unit technology leaders, CIOs, business intelligence and analytics practitioners, data architects, enterprise architects, cloud architects, data integration experts, DevOps, IT Managers, System Administrators and other experts working in education and technology should attend this webinar.

AWS Speaker: Binoy Das, Solutions Architect
N2WS Speaker: Sebastian Straub, Systems Engineer
Customer Speaker: Aaron Wright, Systems Engineer, University of Notre Dame

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