Protecting Virtual Machines: The "Best of VMworld" Approach

Protecting Virtual Machines: The "Best of VMworld" Approach

Because protecting VMs from unplanned downtime and unforeseen outages is often costly and complex, many IT professionals are looking to use virtualization for this task. This white paper shows you a new approach to VM availability that was recognized at VMworld as a best new technology.

Read on to learn how advanced availability architecture with fault-tolerant class computing provides the following benefits:

  • Superior insight into the healthy and activity of the VM; rapidly identifying errors in specific devices and recovering operations discreetly and responsively
  • Transparent control of VMs; redirecting I/O without losing I/O transactions of interrupting the application
  • Disk data replication and application synchronization between host servers for redundancy


Simon Crosby CTO, Virtualization and Management - Citrix Systems Jerry Melnick CTO, Marathon Technologies
Marathon Technologies
19 Nov 2007
01 Nov 2007
7 Page(s)
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