An Optimized Approach to Workload Availability in Virtualized Environments
Virtualization enables multiple IT workloads to run on a single physical machine as virtual machines (VMs). Fewer physical machines can lead to reduced costs through lower hardware, energy, and management overhead, plus the creation of a more dynamic IT infrastructure. However, not every application can or will be virtualized and the adoption of virtualization will bring with it a rise in the number of mixed physical and virtual environments. As a result, organizations of all sizes will struggle with the challenge of recovering and optimizing critical workloads in this more diverse IT landscape. While virtualization has enabled new methods for predictable protection and recovery of physical workloads, at the same time it introduces new challenges for protecting virtualized workloads.
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
Workload Availability, high availability, disaster recovery, real-time data replication, full-server recovery, VMotion, SAN-based replication solutions, software-based replication
Bob Roudebush Director of Solutions Engineering
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