Posts Tagged ‘ Hotlink ’

Utopian Disaster Recovery

December 16, 2013
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VirtualizationBackup

Recently at Dell World, I was part of a conversation about what would be utopian disaster recovery and where we are today in the state of the industry. But where we are today is transforming, with a new name that encompasses many technologies. We are now using the term “data protection” (DP) to mean much…

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The Software Defined Data Center

September 5, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

The Software Defined Data Center: That was pretty much the biggest takeaway from this year’s VMworld in San Francisco. VMware made announcements about the new vSan that will be coming out soon and will enhance the software defined storage aspect and also the announcement about the NSX platform that addresses one of the final hurdles,…

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Next Generation Data Protection: HotLink DR Express

August 22, 2013
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Hotlink100x30

The next generation of data protection is not just about backup or replication into and out of the cloud, but about inexpensive recovery directly into a cloud in a hypervisor agnostic manner. Recovery is the key to backup and while we spend many hours ensuring that our backups happen in a timely manner, we spend…

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IT Automation: Where is the Center?

February 26, 2013
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ITasaService

The network binds it all together, the network could be the center of IT Automation.

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News: Hotlink Enables Cross-Platform Cloud Management

January 22, 2013
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Hotlink100x30

Hotlink has extended its solution to allow cross-platform cloud management solutions like VMware vCloud Director and VMware vCloud Automation Center that use the vCenter, vCloud and PowerCII interfaces in vSphere to work consistently across vSphere, Hyper-V, XenServer, KVM, and Amazon EC2

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Moving to the Cloud!

November 14, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

Moving to the cloud! Let me be a little more precise and say moving to the public cloud. This concept has really been embraced and thrives in the consumer area but will this concept really take off in the corporate world and really should it? One of the main concepts of virtualization, in the beginning,…

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Rethinking Your Already Virtualized Low Hanging Fruit

June 22, 2012
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Virtualization Management

The drive to virtualize business critical workloads is going to require more vSphere licenses. Shifting low hanging fruit workloads to Hyper-V may free up licenses. But it creates a cross-hypervisor management problem that could erode all of the savings from Hyper-V licensing. This puts a premium on cross-hypervisor management solutions.

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A Call To Action With One Voice – Cross Hypervisor Management

May 7, 2012
By
DataCenterVirtualization

Microsoft's release of the public beta of Windows Server 8 with the new release of Hyper-V 3, is increasing focus on cross hypervisor management. Hotlink and Microsoft SCOM lead this debate, will VMware step in as well?

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vSphere 5 Licensing – The Role of Cross Platform Management Tools and the Hotlink SuperVISOR

August 12, 2011
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vSphere 5 Licensing – The Role of Cross Platform Management Tools and the Hotlink SuperVISOR

So you are a loyal VMware customer. You have licenses for vSphere 4 and you are about 40% virtualized. Based upon the revised vRAM entitlements in the revised vSphere 5 licensing, you think you are going to be OK as you progress through the more demanding business critical purchased and custom developed applications that lie…

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