High Availability

Lack of application awareness has prevented organizations from moving business critical applications to VMware, resulting in the loss of benefits that virtualization offers. In the past, they virtualized applications trading long recovery time for cost savings. Or they used another tool that limited the rich features VMware offers.
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Backup Virtualization
Symantec solutions ensure high availability for business-critical applications such as SAP, Oracle, Exchange, SharePoint and SQL Server among others. By leveraging Symantec’s Vertias Cluster Server, administrators can automatically detect and remediate application failures significantly faster than with native clustering tools because virtual machine reboots are not necessary. They can also Veritas Cluster Server to protect applications across physical and virtual platforms without compromising any of the benefits of virtualization.

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Veritas Cluster Server
Veritas Cluster Server from Symantec delivers high availability and disaster recovery for virtual environments. It can help you achieve fast application recovery without reboots, ensure less downtime for OS patching, and manage it all completely through vCenter. With one click, you can manage a complete business service running across virtual and physical platforms and automatically orchestrate a recovery.

View our webcast to learn more about the capabilities of Veritas Cluster Server in virtual environments.

Veritas Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware
Veritas Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware from Symantec provides the availability and resiliency needed to confidently virtualize mission-critical applications. It provides improved storage I/O performance and availability for VMware ESX attached storage and increases virtual machine and application availability by rerouting I/Os to available data paths in the event of a failure. When paths are restored, Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware automatically routes I/O back to the paths that become healthy. Additionally, Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware integrates into VMware vCenter to provide administrative and monitoring capability within the VMware environment, as well as offering command line management and configuration.

Watch our video to find out more about the capabilities of Veritas Dynamic Multi-Pathing in VMware environments.