Webinar covers how virtualization solves 3 key common challenges faced in multi-site environments:
- Limited IT resources;
- The need for reduced IT complexity; and
- The demand for high availability
As part of our discussion, we highlight Storage Virtual Appliances (SVAs) and give you the tools to:
- Achieve high availability without purchasing a SAN / NAS
- Leverage your VMware vSphere
- Manage your branch offices from a centralized hub
Q:How Is SvSAN Licensed?
A: SvSAN is sold with 2 licenses which covers a 2 server HA configuration, sinlge licenses are also available on request.
Q: With Cloud moving quickly in the market do you see more customers utilizing that instead of local storage.?
A: Typically customers keep business critical application running locally and utilize the cloud to compliment that by acting as a back-up or for applications which are not business critical. For More information on how Cloud can work with Storage Virtual Appliances get in touch with Matt at D2NA.
Are the raid controllers on the VMware HCL support by SvSAN and what Raid type do you recommend for Storage Virtual Appliances?
A: SvSAN does support all the RAID Controllers on the HCL, for Direct Path we can provide a list of controllers. Varies depending on your hardware, applications running and whether VMDK/RDM. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Q: What kind of bandwidth do you recommend between the branch and the central office?
A: It is not really relevant, it is more important between the SVA’s for the mirroring for this we recommend a 1GB connection. For remote management bandwidth is not as much of an issue as long as you are able to create a reomte desktop session.
Q: Is there any limitation on Storage Type, HW SAN NAS?
A: No, you can allocate any external storage to the SVA, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and your requirements