Chad Sakac, EMC Vice President, VMware Technology Alliance, explains the tight integration between EMC PowerPath/VE and VMware vSphere and points out its dramatic performance and availability potential. Learn how your infrastructure behind vSphere can meet your performance and availability requirements.
PowerPath/VE will be available in June. Pricing starts at $2,100 per physical server for new PowerPath customers and $1,430 for current customers.
It’s finally out!
VMware vSphere 4 is the industry’s first cloud operating system, transforming the IT infrastructure (servers, storage, networks) into a private cloud—a collection of internal clouds federated on-demand to external clouds—delivering IT infrastructure as an easily accessible service.
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One of the most common objections to systems virtualization is the perception that system performance will not be as “good” in a virtualized environment. VMware solutions virtualize four key hardware resources: processing, memory, storage and network, using a best-of-breed hypervisor to allocate these resources dynamically to balance changing application needs.
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Following completion of a rigorous training program, eGroup has been awarded certification in VMware’s prestigious Site Recovery Manager (SRM) Partner Program.VMware Site Recovery Manager is part of VMware’s industry-leading suite of management and automation products for the datacenter. VMware SRM delivers advanced capabilities for disaster recovery management, non-disruptive testing and automated failover. SRM can manage failover from production datacenters to disaster recovery sites, as well as failover between two sites with active workloads. It can also help with planned datacenter failovers such as datacenter migrations. Read more >>
His numerous exploits included the first successful expedition to the South Pole and the first trans-Arctic flight across the North Pole, yet legendary Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen did not think of himself as an “adventurer.”
“Adventure is just bad planning,” he once said. Biographers say Amundsen was well-regarded among his peers for his ability to minimize risk through meticulous preparation, exceptional organizational skills and innovative survival techniques. Mike Carter, eGroup principal consultant, says these are the same qualities businesses should draw upon to ensure that a disaster doesn’t turn operations into an adventure. Read more >>