Introduction to Backup and Recovery in a Virtual Iron Environment
sponsored by Virtual Iron Software, Inc.

Server virtualization has a significant impact on physical storage– especially as users take server virtualization into production environments. Virtualized servers have unique characteristics when it comes to storage and backup and recovery and the techniques that a business currently uses for their physical server environment may not be best in a virtualized environment. It's important that users understand the implications of virtualization on their backup and recovery infrastructure.

Virtual Iron (VI) is an enterprise-class server virtualization technology that is designed to integrate easily and effectively with physical storage environments and enables flexible backup and recovery. It fully leverages industry standards and the virtualization capabilities of current modern x86 processor chips and can be used to address many of the key server management challenges within a data center.

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