Watch this demonstration for an explanation of the CA ARCserve Backup r12.5 agent for virtual machines. This video offers detailed instructions on how to use the agent for virtual machines, including VMware ESX and Hyper-V technology.
This expert e-zine shows you how lacking a solid plan can sabotage your virtualization implementation. Read on for proven best practices for virtual lab management planning and physical-to-virtual migrations.
This virtualization e-guide discusses the hidden traps that threaten today's virtualized data centers and offers advice for overcoming obstacles such as virtual machine sprawl, balancing resource provisioning, and improving VM lifecycle management. Gain expert tips for maximizing your virtualization potential.
This Focus profile describes Microsoft Hyper-V and VMM. It discusses Microsoft's server virtualization history, the origins of the Microsoft virtual server technologies and solutions, and the architecture of those solutions.
The Hyper-V Technology Introduction with Advanced Management for Windows Server 2008 is an approximate 10 day service and consists of either a single-node implementation or dual-node highly available (HA) host-based cluster configuration and up to two servers for the System Center elements. Read this paper to learn more.
By providing automatic end-to-end mapping of virtual machines to the physical servers and storage supporting them, virtualization-aware EMC Navisphere Manager software on Dell/EMC CX4 Series storage arrays helps dramatically increase resource efficiency and simplify storage administration tasks such as problem diagnosis and change management.
Companies are still deciding if a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) has a place in their organizations. This expert e-guide from SearchVirtualDesktop.com explains how to calculate the return on investment from VDI to determine if this technology makes sense for your organization.
As data centers continue to virtualize resources, server capacity planning poses new challenges. While these modern data center trends have enabled profound flexibility, they also require IT pros to better plan for spikes in resource demand. This article examines the issues for modern-day server capacity planning.