Within any business, a number of applications exist that are critical to the success of the business. As a result, these applications and the systems they run on require a higher level of availability. The trade off with increasing application availability is an additional cost in terms of redundant hardware and complexity.
In this presentation transcript, Marc Staimer, Founder and CDS, Dragon Slayer Consulting, will explain the practical benefits of storage virtualization, including how to assess your environment to determine the cost-effectiveness of virtualization.
When you “cluster” standalone wireless access points, you can improve reception and roaming, strengthen security, and save many hours of technical labor—all without the expense of a wireless controller. Continue reading to learn more about clustering improvement.
This paper discusses the technical underpinnings of Resin 4.0's sophisticated clustering capabilities that provide reliable and fast distributed sessions, distributed object caching, and cloud-wide application deployment all while adding and removing application server instances at will during runtime.
In this e-guide, learn the difference between hyperconverged and converged infrastructure, four common data problems that can be solved with hyperconvergence as well as how to avoid vendor lock-in.
In this document you will learn about Clustered Storage and how Clustered Storage is useful for server and storage consolidation without introducing bottlenecks or excessive energy consumption while enabling modular growth.
This informative paper explores a distributed storage approach within your data center. Read on to discover how this technology can help you, minimize downtime with continuous operations, reduce application complexity and achieve higher storage utilization with increased availability.