Posts Tagged ‘ Disaster Recovery ’

Is Automation Killing The Engineering?

May 17, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

Is automation killing the engineering? When MTV first appeared on air, the first video it played was, “Video Killed the Radio Star.” Fast forward a few decades and I have to wonder if automation is killing the engineering. In the early days of virtualization the administrators were expected to be proficient via the command line…

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Virtualizing Business Critical Applications: Data Protection

January 25, 2013
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VirtualizationBackup

A major aspect of virtualizing any business critical application is data protection which encompasses not only backup, but disaster recovery, and business continuity. It is imperative that our data be protected. While this is true of all workloads, it becomes a bigger concern when virtualizing business critical applications. Not only do we need backups, but…

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Move to the Cloud: Wait Out the Storm

October 30, 2012
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VirtualizationBackup

Move to the Cloud could be the simple choice of providing as needed DR capability, but always remember the cloud is not the data owner and therefore not responsible for your data, so you must get it "There and Back Again"

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Data Protection is NOT just about Backup

November 25, 2011
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Data Protection is not just about backup these days, but instead concentrates on two all important concepts for a business: disaster recovery and business continuity. While backup is a part of Disaster Recovery, restoration is all important. If it is not possible to restore your data in a timely fashion the backup has failed. So…

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Life without the Cloud or Reasons to use a Hybrid Cloud

November 4, 2011
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The Virtualization Practice was recently offline for two days, we thank you for coming back to us after this failure. The reason, a simple fibre cut that would have taken the proper people no more than 15 minutes to fix, but we were way down on the list due to the nature of the storm…

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Replication Round-up

September 23, 2011
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Replication Round-up

Whether you use replication as a means of disaster avoidance or disaster recovery, replication of your virtual environment between hot sites has always been a win. With current technology it is even possible to replicate to a replication receiver cloud which could provide a measure of business continuity as well. So who are the players…

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Hurricane Irene and Some Thoughts on Disaster Recovery

August 26, 2011
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Hurricane Irene and Some Thoughts on Disaster Recovery

This week I have been paying close attention to the developments of Hurricane Irene. In the beginning, Hurricane Irene looked like she was going visit Florida on her journey to the north. Even though it looked like Florida was going to get hit by this storm, it was still early and there was time for…

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VMware releases SRM 4.0 – Full Support for vSphere and vCenter Linked clones

October 7, 2009
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VMware have finally released a vSphere compatible version of SRM, and all I can say is about time. I could not believe it when vSphere was released int May without SRM support, that should have been there from day one. Well rant over what VMware goodness does the version 4.0 bring.

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Quorum BC-V: Disaster Recovery for the SMB

June 6, 2009
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One of the major benefits of virtualization for enterprises has been that through virtualization disaster recovery (DR) has become much easier and more cost effective to implement. This occurs because virtualization allows the entire environment for a server to be containerized in a VM which is nothing but a file that can easily be copied…

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