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Webcast -- what is coming next for DPM 2007 ?

Webcast -- what is coming next for DPM 2007 ?

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Data Protectoin Manager 2007

Its been about 6 months since DPM 2007 became generally available in the market, so we starting to hear the question "What’s next for Data Protection Manager 2007?"

Please join us on Wednesday, April 23rd for a TechNet webcast to answer that question, as we talk about new workloads being protected, new capabilities within the product and when you can start taking advantage of them.

Webcast: Upcoming Changes to Data Protection Manager 2007 (Level 200);

Wednesday, April 23, 2008; 8:00AM Pacific Time

We will also have members of the product group addressing Q&A throughout the webcast, to answer your deep-dive questions about the existing DPM 2007, as well as our upcoming enhancements.

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  • Webcast was useful, but didn't have members of the product group doing Q+A, and it was cut short by over half an hour... are the "archived" Q+A going to be posted soon?  I think that would be really useful, especially regarding server 2008 compatability.

  • What I am really interested in is if the System Recovery tool for carrying out bare metal restores will be improved. We are looking to implement one backup solution accross our organisation, including bare metal restores from OS images. At present DPM only restores bare metal to the same hardware which can be a pain if my server has blown up. Are there any plans to provide bare metal recovery to 'any' hardware. At present we use Symantec Livestate recovery for this and I would like to see similar features in DPM.

  • Would you guys be able to shed some light on the upcomming Cross-Forest protection functionality? Will trust relationships still be necessary? What about stand-alone boxes (like ISA or Webservers)?

    (potentially) Exciting stuff from a Service Provider point of view ! Thx in advance!

  • Actually, we have a chat coming up in a few weeks where we can answer those questions directly.

    May 29th - blog post to follow: