Backup & Replication Course | Zero to Mastery

Take Backup & Restore from vSphere & Hyper-V | Replication & Disaster Recovery | Secure Backup Data | Update Coming Soon

7 hours of practical and condensed knowledge

What you’ll learn

  • Take backup and restore from a datacenter and physical server.
  • Secure a datacenter from disaster and learn how to perform disaster recovery.
  • Implementing Backup & Replication.
  • Deploying repository servers.
  • Configuring and Executing Backup Jobs.
  • Configuring and Executing Replication Jobs.
  • Integrating Backup Enterprise Manager.
  • Integrating Monitoring Software.
  • Configuring and Executing Jobs for Hyper-V.

Course Content

  • Components Service –> 8 lectures • 22min.
  • Backup Concepts –> 6 lectures • 15min.
  • Prerequisites and Diagram –> 3 lectures • 17min.
  • Installation Files –> 1 lecture • 1min.
  • Building Backup LAB –> 5 lectures • 34min.
  • Installing Backup Server –> 2 lectures • 9min.
  • Preparing Repository Space –> 5 lectures • 42min.
  • Perform Backup And Restore –> 11 lectures • 1hr 6min.
  • Backup and Restore Physical Server –> 5 lectures • 30min.
  • ZIP –> 2 lectures • 9min.

Backup & Replication Course | Zero to Mastery


  • Windows Server.
  • Basics of VMware and Hyper-V Virtualization.

7 hours of practical and condensed knowledge

Immediate access to the entire collection of videos and files
Q&A support
Downloadable installation Media
Valuable links and resources


Q: Can I download Backup & Replication Course files?

Yes. We have uploaded all the installation and ISO files to practice the course without wasting your time searching these installation files on the web


Q: Can I watch the Backup & Replication Course on Mobile?

Absolutely, Udemy is mobile-friendly and compatible with IOS and Android devices.


Q: How do you support me?

You would have direct support using:
Q&A section
LinkedIn chat


Q: Skill Requirements for Backup & Replication Training?

  • Basic knowledge of Ethernet TCP/IP
  • Basics of virtualization 

Q: What you’ll learn in this Backup & Replication Course?

  • Learn V10 concepts
  • Build your entire lab to practice
  • Backup and restore the entire virtual machine
  • Replication and disaster recovery
  • Proxy server and WAN acceleration
  • Backing up TAPE Drive
  • copy and Protect your data from a Ransomware attack
  • V10 features
  • V11 features


Q: Who this Backup & Replication Course is for:

  • Anyone planning to administer virtual servers like ESXi and vCenter Server
  • Engineer or Administrators that want to learn more about Virtualization Servers
  • University students who want to learn virtualization with VMware vSphere 7


Q: What’s your background?

I’ve spent the last 18 years building my career as a Network Engineer.
and I am a multivendor system engineer who is familiar with virtualization, cisco, windows server, monitoring, and security.
I want to help you master Network Engineering so you can get more experience and find a real job


Q: Can I see some of the Backup & Replication Training Course for free?

A few videos of the course are free to get a feel of the course and my teaching style, check out videos with the “preview” label they are free to access


Backup and Replication, like any solution you probably want for backups, is a dead-simple tool for accomplishing the task. But even dead simple tools still require a little instruction on how they approach the backup and recovery process. Knowing how exactly to use these tools to ensure greatest success is part of using them correctly. Actually using Backup and Replication for Backup and Replication — and restores — is the theme for our conversation here.

In this second course out of three, Backup, Recover and Replicate Workloads with Backup and Replication, you’ll begin by being introduced to the architecture of backups, getting to know the three unique methods that can use to store data. Armed with this information, you’ll configure and execute a series of backup jobs, exploring the variety of ways that backup jobs can be configured. Next, you’ll extend your reach by configuring replication jobs to a secondary disaster recovery site. Then, you’ll restore that data, whether it be entire VMs all the way down to individual files. Finally, having done all these activities atop the VMware vSphere hypervisor, you’ll see their similarities and differences atop Microsoft’s Hyper-V. By the end of this course, you’ll be armed with the experience you need to backup, replicate, and recover any virtual or physical workload using your Backup and Replication infrastructure.

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