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Mike Reynolds PMM | 05 Oct 2012 | 0 comments

 

Virtualization is the current buzz word, and IT organizations are adopting virtualization technologies and platforms at an ever-increasing rate. But virtualization has many risks that need to be addressed. These include how organizations monitor and protect applications, data and business services in the event of a failure.

To address this, Symantec today is announcing the latest version of Veritas Cluster Server. This new version of Veritas Cluster Server introduces capabilities for high availability and disaster recovery that IT organizations require for their virtual environment. The new solution will provide automatic application failover between virtual machines ensuring fast recovery in response to a wide range of failures including logical failures (for example operating system corruption) that render a virtual machine unusable.

Not only do we monitor applications running...

Theresa LaVeck | 03 Apr 2012 | 0 comments

Before virtualizing mission-critical applications, enterprises must be confident their virtualization solution provides visibility, availability, failover and load balancing. In VMware environments, these advanced features haven't been available with VMware native multi-pathing tool. The new Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware offers the flexibility of multi-pathing to any VMware guest VM, and supports nearly 70% of storage arrays.

Read the DCIG blog from Jerome Wendt

Theresa LaVeck | 05 Mar 2012 | 0 comments

We're pleased to announce the general availability of Veritas Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware.

Veritas™ Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware from Symantec helps you manage virtualized I/O paths through multiple algorithms and intelligent load balancing from inside the VMware environment. This deep visibility and advanced multi-pathing provides the availability and resiliency needed to confidently virtualize mission-critical applications Storage I/O performance and availability for VMware ESX attached storage improves through intelligent algorithms and load balancing for faster throughput. It increases virtual machine and application availability by rerouting I/Os to other available data paths in the event of a storage path failure and automatically restores failed 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...

Chaya Adatrao | 09 Nov 2011 | 0 comments

As IT organizations continue to rapidly deploy virtualization, ensuring availability of applications in their virtual environments is critical. Since its initial launch last year, Symantec ApplicationHA helped numerous customers quickly and automatically recover from a wide range of application and infrastructure failures inside virtual machines.   

Symantec recently announced the latest release of Symantec ApplicationHA 6.0 for Windows. This release includes integration of Symantec ApplicationHA with Symantec Backup Exec which takes application availability to a new  level by providing another level of remediation to recover from failures in VMware virtual environments. This new feature provides virtual machine image restoration as a possible remediation mechanism if application restart and virtual machine restart both fail in recovering an application. In the event of a corrupt virtual machine or OS image, Symantec ApplicationHA coordinates with...

jdmero-PMM | 24 Nov 2010 | 0 comments

Eric Sloof, a VMware HA expert and ApplicationHA enthusiast, discusses how to protect business-critical applications inside the VMware virtual environment using ApplicationHA.  To watch and learn click here: ApplicationHA-install-and-configure

 

Related topics:

http://blogs.vmware.com/uptime/2010/10/applicationha-bridging-the-gap.html

http://www.ntpro.nl/blog/archives/1622-Technical-White-Paper-ApplicationHA.html

nicole_kim | 18 Jun 2009 | 0 comments

Check out DCIG lead analyst Jerome Wendt's new series of blog posts talking about Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows and Server Virtualization.

Part 1: Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows Looks to make Server Virtualization a Two-Horse Race
"Part 1 of this three part series examines how file based server virtualization operating systems have failed to address high availability and performance requirements of certain applications and how Symantec Storage Foundation for Windows is addressing that in Microsoft Windows Hyper-V."

Part 2: Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows Achieves Path and Storage Management Breakthroughs in Server Virtualization
"Part 2 of this three part series examines how moving...

The STN Guy | 22 Mar 2007 | 0 comments

Welcome to the Veritas Storage Management technical blog.  My name is Rob Soderbery and I run the Storage Management Group at Symantec, leading a team of engineers developing the Storage Foundation and CommandCentral Storage product lines. This forum is designed to feature ideas, opinions and solutions from the technical community within the Storage Management Group.  You will hear in this blog from a variety of contributors, including architects, engineers and product managers all looking to provide you with information you may find helpful.   Many of the users I speak with are wrestling with thorny storage and data management problems.  Just this week I spoke with a leading electronic banking firm looking at how to transform their storage environment.   I had a chance to speak with the storage management team leader, the server architecture leader as well as their boss -- the...