Organizations all over the world are becoming more reliant on technology in order to operate as the demand for IT resources continues to grow exponentially. And yet, many IT managers are trying to meet the challenge of reducing carbon footprints without sacrificing performance or productivity. In honour of Earth Day,
With disasters ranging from server failure to a fire on-premises you need to plan varying approaches for disaster recovery scenarios.
As mentioned in the last instalment, server virtualization and consolidation drive up resource utilization while ensuring that virtual machines only consume the resources that are allocated. This functionality is not only appealing to organizations with data center based server and applications, but to organizations with multiple remote sites. Server virtualization
Organizations looking to expand into rural areas or less developed countries may face challenges such as: a lack of high performance network connectivity; the affordability of such networks; and a lack of skilled IT support staff.
For large multi-site organizations with tens or thousands of remote sites, the need to monitor and manage the IT infrastructure from a central location is imperative.
A lot has changed in the past four years. In 2011, StorMagic started to put more emphasis on creating a better virtualization and high availability solution for distributed enterprises and remote office/branch office (ROBO) environment.
The National Army of Germany needs the ability to take military-grade, highly available storage with them anywhere that field units go, in order to enable the operations and communications it needs to execute its missions.
StorMagic has a two-server virtual SAN product which VMware is now endorsing as the best virtual SAN for remote office/branch office environments – instead of its own vSAN software – where the customer needs a two-server set-up. SvSAN provides high-availability and
Hyper-converged infrastructure is one of the fastest growing segments in IT spending. One of the emerging trends for hyper-converged is the remote office/branch office (ROBO), which has very specific performance and availability requirements for business applications at the edge. While