The New RTFM, Part 2 – The Presentation

ZertoCON 2019 has come and gone. For those of you in attendance, thank you. Thanks for supporting Zerto and coming out to learn about IT Resilience and how it’s changing the way we look at data protection. For those who didn’t make it out, fear not. You can check out the majority of the presentations on YouTube. You’ll find that one of those presentations is actually mine. I was fortunate enough to present for the first time at ZertoCON (Disclaimer: I did participate in a customer panel in 2017). The title of the presentation was “Take Me Home, Ops Road“. We were in Nashville, so all of our presentations had song inspired themes.

What was my presentation all about? I’m glad you asked. It was RTFM come to life. A lot of people know what Zerto does at a high level. (Provide IT Resilience via Disaster Recovery & Backup, Workload Mobility and Cloud Agility.) How do we do it though? What makes Zerto different from other platforms? Why would you spend money on us? Can we make your job (and your life) better? (The answer is yes by the way, I speak from experience. Former customer, remember?) At ZertoCON, I talked specifically about the why and the how of Zerto. What are the different operations in the platform? When and WHY would you use each? How do they differ from the way that you do things today? If you’re interested in learning more, check out the link below for the full ZertoCON Presentation.

Also, if you’re going to be in San Francisco, for VMworld this August, come by the Zerto booth to meet me and learn more. I’ll also be giving a lightning talk version of RTFM at the Zerto booth. There may even be stickers 🙂 Hope to see you there!

 

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