VMware High Availability and Fault Tolerance News
October 25, 2010
VMware's efforts to reach out to small and medium-sized businesses have borne fruit, says the company. But SMBs want more than just vMotion from a lower-cost licensing package.
May 21, 2009
Hear TechTarget editorial staff and expert Edward Haletky talk about vSphere's new licensing structure, whether or not Hyper-V R2 will change the virtualization landscape and more.
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Downtime can be costly and dangerous for businesses. The latest version of VMware High Availability, included in Sphere 6.5, seeks to reduce downtime, but still needs a little work. Continue Reading
This guide delves into two of vSphere's key uptime features, High Availability and Fault Tolerance, how they keep the business running and how they differ. Continue Reading
VMware's Duncan Epping talks about the advantages of a virtual storage appliance, how VSAN works when an SSD drive breaks and more. Continue Reading
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Cormac Hogan and Duncan Epping's book on VSAN gives a basic introduction to the VMware SDDC and explains how VSAN keeps storage simple for virtualization administrators. Continue Reading
VMware began as a small startup in 1998 with an idea for a commercial hypervisor to virtualize servers. The company now looks to build on its reputation by branching out into the end-user computing and cloud markets. Continue Reading
Using the fault tolerance feature in vSphere keeps critical workloads running without interruption, but an administrator needs to be sure the hardware and network are fine-tuned for optimal performance. Continue Reading
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New to vSphere 6.5, Proactive High Availability helps protect hosts from hardware degradation by partnering with hardware vendors to detect problems and evacuate VMs. Continue Reading
VMware's latest offering for companies that want to run virtualized workloads in multiple remote offices offers flexibility and resilience at a cheaper price. Continue Reading
The need for higher availability with legacy applications makes for a significant design challenge when using the vSphere Metro Storage Cluster feature. Continue Reading
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Fault Tolerance in vSphere duplicates a critical workload to ensure a server outage doesn't slow the business down, but some setup is required to ensure performance isn't compromised. Continue Reading
If you don't have VMware HA to protect your virtual machines, then you'll be pleased to know there are some worthy alternatives. Continue Reading
Multiprocessor vSphere Fault Tolerance has been on the wish list of many a virtualization administrator for some time, but is it worth waiting for? Continue Reading