SIOS Cloud Availability Symposium 2023 – Sessions Now On-Demand

Watch this year’s SIOS Cloud Availability Symposium Sessions On-Demand!

SIOS Cloud Availability Symposium 2023: Disaster Recovery Mastery – features presentations that cover both SAP and SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery, providing IT professionals with valuable insights and best practices to ensure business continuity. With real-world examples and practical insights, expert speakers will discuss the benefits of HA/DR and offer guidance on optimizing configuration and management in the cloud. Watch the sessions to learn multi-cloud disaster recovery strategies, cloud-native architectures, and data protection for SAP and SQL Server. By attending these sessions, IT professionals can gain the knowledge and skills necessary to protect critical applications in the cloud.

In this Symposium session, attendees will gain insight into the best practices for disaster recovery planning and execution in the context of SAP HANA. The session will cover key considerations for ensuring the availability of critical SAP HANA workloads, including identifying potential failure scenarios, implementing appropriate backup and recovery procedures, and leveraging high availability clustering technologies. Attendees will also learn how to minimize business downtime in the event of a disaster. By the end of this session, attendees will have a better understanding of how to address disaster recovery concerns for SAP HANA and keep their critical business operations running smoothly.

This symposium session explores the critical role of a multitarget cluster architecture in ensuring high availability and disaster recovery for SAP S/4 HANA and SAP HANA environments. Through real-world examples and practical insights, attendees will gain an understanding of the benefits of a multitarget cluster architecture in terms of reducing risk, improving resiliency, and ensuring business continuity. SIOS Technical Partner Alliances Director, Harry Aujla, and Software Engineer, Phillip Merry, will share their experiences and provide guidance on how to optimize the configuration, deployment, and management of a DR node for SAP systems. They will also discuss best practices for integrating a multitarget failover and replication approach into a high availability and disaster recovery strategy, as well as lessons learned from previous deployments. By attending this session, IT professionals will gain valuable insights into the critical role of a multitarget cluster architecture in maximizing SAP high availability and disaster recovery and learn how to apply these best practices to their own environments.

Resilience for SAP on AWS: Best Practices for Achieving High Availability and Business Continuity

presented by Arun Sivadas, AWS Partner Solution Architect, SAP

This symposium session focuses on best practices for businesses looking to achieve high availability and business continuity for their SAP and SAP S/4HANA applications on AWS. With the increasing reliance on cloud infrastructure, it is essential for businesses to have resilient and reliable SAP system in place to protect their critical data and applications from potential disruptions.

AWS will provide a comprehensive overview of the key components of High availability and disaster recovery for SAP and SAP S/4HANA on AWS, including backup and recovery, replication, and failover. And explore the various strategies and tools available on AWS. Attendees will gain insights into how to create resilient and reliable SAP and SAP S/4HANA on AWS.

Secure your SAP and SAP S/4HANA on Azure: Disaster Recovery Best Practices

presented by Harikrishna Madathala, Microsoft Senior Customer Engineer for Fast Track at SAP on Azure cloud

In today’s digital landscape, securing critical business applications such as SAP and SAP S/4HANA is paramount to protect against potential disasters that could impact business continuity. Leveraging the power of cloud computing, Azure provides robust disaster recovery solutions for SAP and SAP S/4HANA environments. This Symposium session will delve into the best practices for securing your SAP and SAP S/4HANA systems on Azure, including strategies for data replication, backup and restore, high availability, and failover. Harikrishna Madathala, Microsoft Senior Customer Engineer for Fast Track at SAP on Azure cloud, will share insights, practical tips, and real-world examples to help attendees understand how to implement disaster recovery best practices to safeguard their SAP and SAP S/4HANA deployments on Azure, ensuring the highest level of security, resilience, and availability for their critical business applications.

One of the most complex aspects of cloud computing, specifically as it relates to database servers, is choosing the right storage options. Sure, you can get sub-millisecond latency, but how much does that cost, and does your application really need it? In this on-demand Symposium session, presented by Joey D’Antoni SQL Server MVP and Principal Consultant, you will learn about all of the options available to you for cloud storage, like SIOS DataKeeper, Amazon FSx, FSx OnTap, and others, how they work in conjunction with your favorite high availability solutions, and how to make those hard storage decisions.

Confusion persists regarding cloud SLAs, particularly concerning application-level considerations for critical software like SAP, SQL Server, and Oracle. Determining the necessary level of availability, be it standard availability, high availability, or disaster recovery protection, for your cloud-hosted applications is crucial. Join us in for this Symposium session as we discuss strategies for achieving your high availability and disaster recovery objectives for mission-critical applications in the cloud.

In the world of financial services, minutes or even seconds of downtime can be make-or-break moments. This Symposium session explores cost-efficient best practices, ensuring the protection and continuous operation of your transactional, processing, and administrative financial systems in both Windows and Linux environments. Discover how to withstand hardware failures, administrator errors, routine maintenance, and even site-wide disasters with confidence.

Whether you’re an experienced IT professional or new to BMS, this Symposium provides insights to establish an unshakable SQL Server environment, ensuring system uptime in any scenario, and keeping your BMS applications always within reach. Todd Doane, SIOS Solution Architect discusses real-world success stories and tangible advantages gained from embracing high availability solutions tailored specifically to the challenges of Building Management Systems (BMS).