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VMware Video: High Availability and Disaster Recovery with VMware vSAN and VMware Site Recovery Manager

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In this session, we will learn how a vSAN stretched cluster and vSphere HA provide resiliency against entire site failures. We will also cover the ease of integrating vSphere Replication and Site Recovery Manager to provide reliable, automated disaster recovery. VMware vSphere, vSAN, and Site Recovery Manager offer a complete solution to help eliminate business […]

Veeam Acquires N2WS to Deliver Industry-Leading Availability and Protection for AWS Cloud

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In an all-cash transaction deal for N2WS valued at $42.5M, Veeam ensures business continuity and reduces risk for AWS workloads with cloud-native data protection Deal strengthens Veeam’s position as a leading data protection provider for AWS, adding depth to its portfolio of solutions that deliver Availability for any app, any data, across any cloud To […]

Veeam Achieves Record $827 Million in Total Bookings for 2017, Growing 36 Percent Year-Over-Year; Annual Growth in Deals Over $1 Million up 500 Percent and a Record Q4 2017 of $299 Million (48 Percent YoY Growth) Sets Veeam on Path to be a Billion-Dollar

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Reports 62 percent growth in enterprise deals and a massive 500 percent annual growth for deals over $1 million   Installed base grows to 282,000 customers, winning new brands that include The Ameritas Life Insurance Company, BankservAfrica, Follett, LLC, SkullCandy, Bupa Dental and Industrial Scientific More than $100M, or 19 percent, of total bookings revenue […]

NAKIVO Helps a Hosting Provider Save €25,000 in Backup Cost

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Phi Medien Systeme GmbH, a hosting and cloud services provider, headquartered in Jülich, Germany, is using NAKIVO Backup & Replication to back up and near-instantly recover VMware VMs with Flash VM Boot, while also saving €25,000 in backup costs. NAKIVO Inc., a fast-growing software company for protecting virtualized and cloud environments, has announced today that […]

Architectural Patterns and Best Practices with VMware Cloud on AWS – AWS re:Invent 2017 Video

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The recent launch of VMware Cloud on AWS gives customers new options for addressing several use cases, including cloud migration, hybrid deployments, and disaster recovery. We introduce and describe design patterns for incorporating VMware Cloud on AWS into existing architecture and detail how the service’s capabilities can influence future architectural plans. We explore design considerations […]

What Is a Recovery Time Objective (RTO)?

NAKIVO
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The scope of downtime-related damage might seem hard to appreciate… until, that is, you measure it in cold hard cash. In a dedicated survey by ITIC (Information Technology Intelligence Consulting), 98 out of 100 companies stated that a single hour of downtime per year cost them over $100,000. For some of them (e.g., financial companies), […]

Microsoft: General availability of Azure Site Recovery Deployment Planner for VMware and Hyper-V

Microsoft
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I am excited to announce the general availability (GA) of the Azure Site Recovery Deployment Planner for VMware and Hyper-V. This tool helps VMware and Hyper-V enterprise customers to understand their on-premises networking requirements, Microsoft Azure compute and storage requirements for successful Azure Site Recovery replication, and test failover or failover of their applications. Apart […]

Sleep Well with PC Disaster Recovery in Azure

Workspot
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What’s Next Mother Nature? I don’t mean to be fatalistic, but it seems like we’ve had way more than our share of disasters lately, one right after another. 2017 has been a tough year for so many people and businesses – the terrible hurricanes, the fires in California, the earthquake in Mexico, monsoons and flooding […]

Hyper-V Replication Setup: Walkthrough

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When trying to round out your disaster recovery plan, you will no doubt want to have a replicated copy of virtual machines located in a separate environment. Ideally, the environment would be geographically removed from the production site, ensuring its viability even if the latter is completely affected. With modern VM backup and replication solutions, […]

Nutanix on 7 Reasons to Upgrade to AOS 5.5

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After much anticipation, AOS 5.5 is here! While many are focused on the star of this release, Calm automation and orchestration, I thought it would be good to share some thoughts on the top reasons to upgrade to 5.5 beyond Calm. Though Calm is a very cool new offering, our engineers have not forgotten the […]

Best Way to Backup Hyper-V Virtual Machines Checklist

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Microsoft has made tremendous strides getting Hyper-V adopted by enterprise datacenters. Since its early days, Hyper-V has greatly matured into a fully-featured and robust hypervisor that is gaining much trust in the industry. They certainly had some ground to make up, given popularity of major competitors such as VMware, who have remained a dominant force […]

Data Resiliency Reinvented – Optimally utilize current and new infrastructure investments to do more

DataCore
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When one element of a facility’s architecture fails or experiences a disruption, the dreaded disaster recovery plan stress can creep up on us. But, what if your architecture could run on a redundant path? What if it could take over seamlessly and was completely transparent so that users never knew that a disruption has even […]

How to Lift-and-Shift on-premise VMware workloads to the Microsoft Azure Cloud with the new Azure Migrate Service

Christiaan Brinkhoff
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Lift-and-shift on-premise workloads to Microsoft Azure just made a lot easier with Azure Migrate Service, which Microsoft released in preview during Microsoft Ignite event back in September this year. Azure Migrate gives you the advice and confidence that your workloads could be migrated to Azure IaaS with minimal impact to the business! “One feature that […]

Microsoft: Migrating VMware environments to Azure, and more

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Due to the Thanksgiving holiday in the US, last week was a light news week for Azure. But that doesn’t mean nothing new was announced. On Tuesday, Corey Sanders announced new services that will make it easier than ever to migrate VMWare-based environments to Azure. Central to this is Azure Migrate, which is a free […]

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