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Symantec ApplicationHA

Symantec ApplicationHA is an easy-to-use solution that provides high availability for business-critical applications through application visibility and control in VMware, Hyper-V, Solaris LDOM, IBM LPAR, and KVM environments. ApplicationHA is based on Symantec Cluster Server powered by industry-leading Veritas technology to provide a layer of unprecedented application protection in various virtual platforms.

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ApplicationHA provides high availability for business-critical applications through application visibility and control.

White Papers

Virtualizing SAP HANA: Confidently Virtualize SAP HANA with ApplicationHA

Learn how you can confidently virtualize your SAP HANA based applications and gain maximum application availability to meet SLAs.
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Symantec and Microsoft: Virtualizing business-critical applications with confidence

Learn how to confidently virtualize business-critical applications in Microsoft Hyper-V environments.

Symantec ApplicationHA: Intelligent Application Awareness in Virtual Environments

This paper explains how organizations can overcome the barrier to virtualization of mission-critical applications with ApplicationHA. ApplicationHA opens the floodgates for migration of Tier 1 mission-critical applications to virtual environments.

VCE White Paper: Using ApplicationHA to protect SAP on vBlock

If you have made the decision to use a converged infrastructure solution such as Vblock from Virtual Computing Environment Company(VCE), learn how ApplicationHA keeps these systems highly available.

Symantec and VMware: Virtualizing Business Critical Applications with Confidence

Learn how to remove the risk of virtualizing business critical application with ApplicationHA.

Community Spotlight

Veritas InfoScale Across VMware Virtual SAN

Since I wrote the Storage Foundation Cluster File System HA on VMware VMDK Deployment Guide we have seen a lot of deployments using that architecture. Given that both Veritas and VMware have evolved the product in order to achieve the benefits of using local storage, I thought it was a good time to provide some new information about new configuration...

Posted: 21-Oct-2015 08:21:58