Server virtualization may be all the rage for the potential it offers to streamline and optimize server infrastructure. But, server virtualization also presents risks.
A variety of factors can destabilize the virtual machine stack and virtualization itself can make server-to-storage connections difficult to monitor and manage. The simple truth is that virtual servers introduce new challenges for disaster recovery planning, including the efficient recovery of virtual environments comprising a complex interrelationship between application and operating system software elements, server, network and storage hardware elements, and, of course, data.
Attend this webcast and learn:
- Potential pitfalls of virtualization for application uptime
- Key disaster recovery considerations in virtual server environments
- Leveraging CA XOsoft to provide enhanced virtual server resiliency