Posts Tagged ‘ Disaster Recovery ’

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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