Virtual Expo – Disaster Recovery-As-a-Service and High Availability with Azure Site Recovery and Citrix Cloud – What to Consider?


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Almost two weeks ago – I did a live webinar for the xenappblog.comVirtual Expo event, based on Disaster Recovery within Microsoft Azure when using Citrix Cloud. Virtual Expo is a free community event, organized by Eric Trond E Haavarstein. The event always holds some great speakers. It was my second time presenting for this event, and I must say –  it exceeded my last one. I definitely come back soon!

So, are you currently working on a DR project or just want to lift-and-shift workloads to Microsoft Azure? I encourage you to watch my session below.

Interested in the other sessions, see them all listed at this publicly available page.

I hope you guys learn more about the different options within Azure and Citrix Cloud.

Have fun watching!

Christiaan Brinkhoff – Disaster Recovery-As-a-Service and High Availability with Azure Site Recovery and Citrix Cloud – What to Consider?

Moving towards a simplified Digital World can be a long and bumpy road to follow. A good and solid Disaster Recovery plan is needed to ensure the Business Continuity of your Citrix environment, and It’s to obvious to think that a Disaster Recovery (DRaaS) Cloud solution isn’t needed within a Public Cloud – Digital Workspace Environment. Join me, and get to know how Azure Site Recovery can help you with different Private, Hybrid and Public Cloud scenarios, and as well with the Digital Transformation to Microsoft Azure.

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Christiaan Brinkhoff

Christiaan Brinkhoff

Christiaan Brinkhoff works as Cloud Architect and Technology Evangelist for FSLogix (now part of Microsoft), and owns his own consulting company. In addition to his work, he shares his passion for Cloud innovation by speaking at large international conferences, writing articles for vendors and external community programs, such as VDILIKEAPRO, WhatMatrix, as well as on his website. This community related work got him the privilege to achieve the following three - Microsoft Valuable Professional (MVP) for Microsoft Azure, Citrix Technology Professional (CTP), VMware vExpert - vendor awards.
Christiaan Brinkhoff