VMware vLockstep update with David Davis

VMware vLockstep update with David Davis

Date: Oct 28, 2008
In this video, editorial director Jan Stafford interviews virtualization expert David Davis about VMware's new high availability tool vLockstep. Davis gave a step-by-step tutorial on how to use vLockstep at the recent TechTarget Data Center Decisions 2008 Conference in Chicago.

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