Building a Sanless Cluster in Three Easy Steps
See how easy it is to create a #SANLess cluster with SIOS DataKeeper Cluster Edition software.
Learn how to protect your critical applications and data without adding unnecessary cost and risk. Companies are finding new ways to combine physical, virtual, and cloud environments to control costs and stay agile in today’s demanding marketplace.
Traditional clusters based on shared storage SANs are no longer the de facto choice for protecting business critical applications in these new environments.
Many large enterprises are moving important applications from traditional physical servers to virtualized environments, such as VMware vSphere in order to take advantage of key benefits such as configuration flexibility, data and application mobility, and efficient use of IT resources. Realizing these benefits with business-critical applications, such as SQL Server or SAP can pose several challenges.
This paper explains these challenges and highlights six key facts you should know about HA protection in VMware vSphere environments that can save you money.
This technical document will explain each of the four models mentioned below and provide guidance on how to implement these High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery solutions.
Availability within Windows Azure
Disaster Recovery for Windows Azure Deployments
Windows Azure as a Hot Standby DR Site
Windows Azure as a Warm Standby DR Site
Separate the facts and myths of high availability and disaster recovery in cloud deployments can help you save money and reduce risk of downtime and data loss.