Maintaining high availability for business-critical applications continues to be one of the key IT objectives for branch office management. Yet how do you manage and maintain performance, integration, and ease of deployment cost effectively to support the most demanding business requirements?
CIOs are continuing to evaluate the benefits of virtualization and server consolidation to find new approaches to effective branch office management. Storage Virtual Appliances (SVAs) extend the benefits of virtualization and server consolidation by cost effectively delivering high availability in a simplified and manageable solution.
Learn how SVAs can help your organization fortify branch offices cost effectively
In this webinar you will:
•Learn how to implement an affordable, high-availability branch office solution;
•Discover how SVAs reduce the demands on network administrators and enable corporate IT to maintain control and manage branch offices from a single centralized hub
•Learn how E.ON Climate & Renewables achieved high availability at over 100 locations using Storage Virtual Appliances.
Q & A
Q: How many servers can I have using SvSAN storage?
A: SvSAN provides highly available storage by presenting internal direct attached storage as iSCSI targets. Each SVA has a limit of 1024 iSCSI sessions.
Q: Does SvSAN support VMware Fault Tolerance?
A: Yes SvSAN supports Fault Tolerance as well as other VMware features such as High Availability, vMotion and DRS.
Q: How is SvSAN licensed?
A: SvSAN is licensed per server and based on mirror capacity requirements, for more information on pricing please visit our shop.
Q: What Bandwidth is recommended between Central Office and Branch Offices?
A: Between the SVAs, we recommend a minimum of 1GB connection for mirroring. Between the Central office and the branch a standard internet connection would suit.