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Hari Krishna Vemuri | 28 Nov 2012 | 0 comments

I am sure a lot of people have this question occur to them. Well here I would like to put across some of the reasons why I think you should opt for VxDMP in your VMware virtualized environment. Please let me know if you find more…. smiley

 

VxDMP brings the proven enterprise class multi-pathing functionality to VMware ESX environments. It provides greater availability, reliability, and performance using advanced path failover and load balancing algorithms for a wide range of storage arrays. Read more ...

 

VxDMP integrates with VMware vSphere infrastructure and provides a deeper insight into the storage connected to an...

Doreet | 19 Nov 2012 | 0 comments

See how Veritas Cluster Server high availability and disaster recovery solutions enable enterprises to eliminate the risk of deploying business critical applications in virtual environments.

 

 
Read or about Veritas Cluster Server at: http://www.symantec.com/cluster-server
anishv | 08 Nov 2012 | 1 comment

We are seeing great adoption rate for our newest SFHA releases (6.0 & 6.0.1) and customer escalation data shows a marked improvement in quality over previous release (5.1SP1). In the last year (Nov 2011-Oct 2012), deployments of 5.1SP1 and 6.0/6.0.1 releases were equal in number whereas the customer escalations received on 6.0/6.0.1 stream were just 40% as compared to those received on 5.1SP1. And the good news doesn’t stop there! It is common that an escalation does not actually end up in product code changes and the trend continues, significantly smaller number of customer escalations on 6.0/6.0.1 stream resulted in product changes as compared to previous release.

Doreet | 08 Nov 2012 | 0 comments

Hosting some 1.3 billion website visits each month, LivePerson understands how to scale big. The CSO for the largest provider of realtime customer engagement solutions explains how the firm is leveraging Veritas Cluster Server to meet business-critical requirements around cloud services availability and deliver on its SLAs for customers.

http://www.symantec.com/resources/customer_success/detail.jsp?cid=liveperson
 

 

c3lsius | 31 Oct 2012 | 0 comments

Will you be attending any of the NetApp Insight conferences? Symantec will be there on:

  • Nov 5-8, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Nov 13-16, Dublin, Ireland
  • Dec 11-13, Macau PRC

Stop by the Symantec booth and attend our breakout presentation to learn more about our on-going partnership with NetApp and data protection and storage availability solutions. Hope to see you there!

 

Doreet | 23 Oct 2012 | 0 comments

Taneja says "Symantec Veritas Cluster Server Takes Vrtual Server HA to the Next Level"

This is an awesome testimonial from Jeff Byrnes, an analyst from Taneja Group, who provides expert analysis and consulting services for the computer storage and server industries.

“All in all, we think the latest Veritas Cluster Server for VMware release adds significant value to customers running business-critical applications in virtualized environments.”

Doreet | 22 Oct 2012 | 1 comment

ESG Labs just published a blog on the ESG website discussing Storage Foundation performance and capabilities on Linux as contrasted to the native tools.

This is AWESOME!!! Check it out!

http://www.esg-global.com/blogs/come-one-come-all-to-the-greatest-show-on-earth/

Doreet | 15 Oct 2012 | 0 comments

This is a great video captured at VMworld 2012 where Ashish Yajnik from Symantec and Narayan Venkat from Violin discuss how the companies are working together to deliver data management at the speed of memory.

Check it out!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRnwNKgWMK0

 

bpascua | 15 Oct 2012 | 0 comments

This week Telefonica the owner of O2 have controversially announced they will start selling their O2 mobile customer data to third parties. Through Telefonica's Dynamic Insights business unit they are looking to drive revenue out of mining data to sell to third parties. They will take their phone network data and anonymise  and aggregate it. The product will be called Smart Steps and will be sold to public sector companies to enable them to measure compare and understand what factors influence the number of people visiting a location. The aim is so that retailers can then make informed decisions on things like locations and opening times for shops. The big question is around privacy in the use of their customer data. People reacted very strongly when Google started using customer data for their targeted advertising and this seems to be in the same vein. As a mobile phone user I am not sure how happy I am effectively having my movements traced even though I understand this...

dennis_wenk | 04 Oct 2012 | 1 comment

Professor John Graham of Indiana University points out that “large amounts of resources are devoted to slight or speculative dangers while substantial and well-documented dangers remain unaddressed”.  It has been well established that people often too much weight is placed on risks of low probability.  Such is the dilemma of complexity within IT infrastructure.  We often talk about hackers, malware, floods, fires, earthquakes, and tornados; while the real crisis is happening right under our nose and it has well over 5,000 risk signatures.  This crisis is the complexity in the IT infrastructure and it is causing considerable losses for companies.

The likelihood that an organization will experience a catastrophic loss from an IT failure is far greater than any catastrophic disaster or "black swan" event.   IT failures are costing companies trillions of dollars every year; worldwide downtime is estimated at over $35 Billion...