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Friday, October 28, 2011
Guest post by Paul McClure
I was lucky enough to be able to attend last week's vForum Sydney conference and had the opportunity to talk virtual server protection with many of our customers and partners. The show was a smashing success and, as a follow up, I thought I'd recap some of the hot topics from vForum and point you to some resources that might help you solve your virtual machine (VM) protection challenges.
As I mentioned in my last blog, one of the key challenges to deploying large scale VMware and vCloud Director deployments is the ability to quickly and efficiently backup and manage the data supporting the virtual infrastructure. Taking that a step further, there are several other challenges that lurk in today's virtual infrastructures, including:
All of which can wreak havoc upon your data management processes in virtual environments. Check out our white paper on the "Top 5 Challenges for Virtual Server Data Protection" for more detail.
We've compiled a series of whiteboard videos to help bring you up to speed on the data center impact of virtualization, modern protection for virtual servers, and how to utilize Simpana software as a bridge from the physical to the virtual world.
We'll be continuing the virtual server protection discussion at vForum Singapore, where my colleague Lee Poh Wah, Channel Solutions Strategist for CommVault Asia-Pacific & Japan, will address some of the central aspects of VM data protection.
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Paul McClure is Product Manager for CommVault Asia Pacific & Japan.
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