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I’ve said it before… I’m always looking for individuals in the Canadian IT pro community that have expertise they’d like to share. And yes, one more tremendous individual has stepped up.
Islam Gomaa is a Data Protection Manager MVP from Ottawa, Canada, specialised in System Center Products, disaster recovery and system infrastructures running on the Microsoft server technology stack. Islam brings over 12 years of expertise in helping organizations align their business goals using Microsoft technology and deploying Microsoft-based solutions for the private and public sector He is also a member of the Windows Springboard Technical Expert Panel [STEP] for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 having delivered STEP presentations as an evangelist in Ottawa, Edmonton and Calgary. Islam authored some webcasts on Data Protection Manager 2007, 2010 including 300 level “Protecting Applications with DPM2007” and 400 “DPM and Opalis Automation for Disaster Recovery”. Islam presents at TechDays 2010 in Winnipeg Canada and he is always invited to present for both for OWSUG in Ottawa and MITPRO in Montreal.
Islam has a B.Sc. in computer science from Montreal university, and holds several Microsoft technical designations and he is an active member of the IT community.
Islam currently is an IT manager. Islam enjoys sharing his adventures and ideas about system administration through his blog at http://blog.islamgomaa.com and http://www.IslamGomaa.com. Islam is married and is a proud father of one boy “Yassine”.
Here is a great post from Islam on using DMP to backup your environment.
Go download the evaluation today, read the information here and protect your data.
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Steve Buchanan wrote this blog on how to protect WordPress using System center orchestrator you can use Orchestrator with DPM to protect your worldpress blog, after the Download WordPress Zip , you need to call a DPM activity “Create recovery Point” that backup the download location.
The white paper for Exchange only points to DPM2010. Can you please correct it so it correctly points to DPM2012
Is SharePoint 2010 with SQL 2012 (always on) supported by DPM 2012 sp1?
Can you correct the Lync Backup page also ?