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Enhancing IT infrastructure availability with virtualization and fault tolerant servers

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Running virtual machines on physical servers is a way to increase each A21server's utilization and reduce the number of servers needed by an organization; however, failures of physical servers become more damaging because an outage will affect more applications. This danger increases the need for fault tolerant servers, just as virtualization requires more refinement of fault tolerance capabilities. In this webcast, we discuss the ways organizations can improve the fault tolerance of their servers, new features in servers that improve fault tolerance, and best practices for keeping virtualized servers up and running.

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Bill Weinberg Analyst Bill Weinberg is an independent analyst for Linuxpundit.com and has been serving in an executive capacity for Linux Phone Standards Forum (LiPS). Previously, at Open Source Development Labs (OSDL) he served as senior technology analyst and also managed the OSDL Mobile Linux and Carrier Grade Linux initiatives. Prior to OSDL, Weinberg was a founding member of MontaVista Software, helping to pioneer and ultimately to establish Linux as the leading platform.
Vendor:
Marathon Technologies
Premiered:
Jun 26, 2008
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Webcast
Language:
English

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