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Designing Disks for VMware and Hyper-V Backups
« on: March 19, 2013, 01:27:34 PM »
 One of the key requirements of a virtualized environment is how well it can be protected. VMware and Hyper-V specific backup applications like Veeam provide efficient backups and 100% data protection. A challenge remains, however, in selecting the backup storage for these environments.

 Designing the right backup target is critical to realizing the maximum benefit from VM specific backup applications. Download this analyst report and discover:

    The 5 demands of VM backups and why IT must address them to avoid overprovisioning, complexity and costly forklift upgrades.
    Why traditional scale up storage architectures, where all capacity is scaled behind a single set of controllers, is impractical for today's backup needs.
    Why software defined storage based on grid architecture is uniquely positioned to address the demands of VM backups and is the ideal backup target for solutions such as Veeam.


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Designing Disks for VMware and Hyper-V Backups
« on: March 19, 2013, 01:27:34 PM »