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Does Replication equal DR Readiness?

In our recent webinar, “Flexible HA and DR for Virtual Server and Cloud Environments”, a majority of attendees indicated that replication was their sole method of providing high availability and protecting from disaster. While copying data to a secondary storage

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Podcast – Overcoming the MS-SQL HA Barriers

Users and business line managers demand that their applications are available all of the time. That’s very expensive and complex. To preview their webinar on the barriers to HA are Storage Switzerland’s George Crump and Tony Tomarchio from SIOS. Click on

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How to get Facebook-Like Application Availability

IT organizations are under pressure to deliver an always on experience to their users. In the Facebook and Google era, internal and external customers expect critical business applications to be available at all times. This means that planned or unplanned

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Webinar – Flexible HA and DR for Virtual Server and Cloud Environments

Moving business critical applications, such as Microsoft SQL Server, to virtual server and cloud environments, requires high availability and a solid disaster protection plan. The question often asked — will implementing that protection eliminate the cost savings and configuration flexibility

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SQL High Availability at low-cost Cloud prices

Many organizations are considering the cloud for enhancing SQL application availability and business continuity. This is especially true for those small to medium sized businesses that don’t have the budgets to implement redundant data center infrastructure to support high availability

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2014 Storage – Scale Up, Scale Out or Converge?

As we start 2014, storage is changing. The familiar dual controller, scale up architecture is potentially being replaced by a new set of architectures. Storage professionals now have to consider storage systems that can scale out or converge themselves with

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Achieving Application Aware Availability

In a recent article, Storage Switzerland discussed methods for protecting an application from a storage system failure. Storage hardware, along with server hardware, is increasing in its reliability. The growing culprit of application downtime is the application itself either through

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