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Deeply Integrated, Highly Protected: Symantec’s Integration with VMware and Presence at VMworld

Created: 17 Aug 2012
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Meet Symantec partner, V-Expert, and virtualization blogger, Greg Stuart.

Greg’s has worked in IT for almost a decade and is prominent blogger in the industry. He shares a wealth of information on the most up to date and interesting products, software, and hardware that deal with VMware and virtualization as a whole.

Greg has some exciting upcoming blog posts on how Symantec is deeply integrated with VMware. He’ll provide some interesting insights into Symantec’s upcoming vCloud Director integration. Stay tuned for posts on:

  • Cloud considerations for the SMB – key considerations that a SMB organization should consider when looking at cloud-based protection.
  • Cloud considerations for the enterprise data center – key considerations that an enterprise organization should consider when looking at cloud-based protection.
  • Real world experiences with vCenter Orchestrator and vCloud Director.

Find Greg’s posts in his blog, VDestination or look for them on Connect over the coming weeks.

Attending VMworld this August? Symantec will be there along with thousands of IT professionals. Be sure to attend Taking VMware vSphere Storage APIs - Data Protection to the Limit: Pushing the Backup Performance Envelope with virtualization champions, Abdul Rasheed and George Winter on Wednesday, August 29th from 4:00pm-5:00pm.

Industry leaders Cisco, NetApp, VMware, and Symantec have teamed up to develop a best practice framework and performance benchmark based on the vStorage APIs for Data Protection (VADP). We show you how protecting over 4 TB of virtual machine data in an hour can be easily obtained with minimal hardware and a small budget. In addition to improving backup performance, we also discuss restore performance considerations.

This will be a great session and we hope you can join us.