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Special Offer for Attendees *Attend the webinar and get a chance to win: $100 Amazon eGift card in a random drawing for scheduling a demo during the webinar $25 Amazon eGift Card for completing a quick post-webinar survey. Learn more

In times of disruption, swift recovery is key to minimizing downtime and data loss. It’s not just about backing up your data; it’s about ensuring you can quickly and seamlessly resume operations with minimal disruption when the unexpected happens.

Register for our upcoming webinar to explore how real-time replication can deliver recovery objectives as low as one second, effectively minimizing data loss and downtime during disruptions or system failures.

What it covers

- Overview: Understanding Real-time Replication

- Concepts: Types of replication, differences and key metrics

- Tools: NAKIVO’s Real-Time Replication for VMware Beta

- Scenarios: Data availability, operational resilience and system migration

- Live simulation: Using real-time replication to recover from a disaster scenario

- Q&A session: Insights from experts in real-time replication

When to attend

Americas: Thursday, October 12, 11 AM - 12 PM EDT

EMEA: Thursday, October 12, 5–6 PM CEST

BONUS: Attend and get free access to NAKIVO’s SMB Disaster Preparedness Guide.


*Terms and conditions apply

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