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summary With the latest release of Symantec Storage Foundation High Availability 6.2, Symantec allows customers to increase mission-critical application performance across Solaris Sparc ...
Blog Entry by S_D | 03 Dec 2014 | 0 comments
As organizations move to virtualization and the cloud, we have to adapt to increasing mixed environments: Hyper-V, Vmware, physical applications, customer applications, multiple storage vendors, cloud platforms, and more. Nearly every vendor offers a ...
Blog Entry by Theresa LaVeck | 28 Jun 2013 | 0 comments
A colleague tipped me to this blog post at the Netflix Tech Blog that I found both amusing and interesting. Some months back, I was talking about disaster recovery testing with a customer, and he used the phrase "chaos monkey" to describe ...
Blog Entry by Eric.Hennessey | 23 Apr 2013 | 0 comments
Are you setting up Veritas Cluster Server in VMware vSphere?  Below is a technical guide to walk you through the process such as configuring Veritas Cluster Server clusters across ESX hosts and the compatibility of VCS with VMware HA. Check out the new ...
Blog Entry by Raissa_T | 13 Jun 2012 | 2 comments
Symantec is pleased to announce the General Availability of Virtual Business Services for Unix, Linux and Windows. Virtual Business Services (VBS) provides continuous high availability and reduces frequency and duration of service disruptions for ...
Blog Entry by Ranga Rajagopalan | 12 Dec 2011 | 0 comments
Symantec today announced a major refresh to its Storage and Availability Management portfolio to help customers build the private cloud they want by transforming their existing infrastructure. Symantec’s high availability solutions will enable users to ...
Blog Entry by DLamorena | 03 Oct 2011 | 2 comments
Things just aren't as simple as they used to be. There was a time when we could achieve nearly all of our uptime goals just by clustering our backend database servers and maybe a handful of other application servers. There was very little of that ...
Blog Entry by Eric.Hennessey | 29 Sep 2011 | 0 comments