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Vizioncore Named 2007 Editor’s Best Award Finalist by Windows IT Pro
Vizioncore Inc., a leading provider of strategic software solutions for VMware Infrastructure environments, today announced that its esxReplicator software has been selected as a finalist for the Editors Best Award in the Virtualization category from Penton Medias Windows IT Pro®.

The 2007 Editors Best Awards utilize our editors' product knowledge and subject matter expertise to identify exceptional products that have been covered in the pages of Windows IT Pro and its online newsletters, and which benefit the Windows IT Pro reader community, said Kim Paulsen, group publisher. Our editors are tough, in-the-trenches critics. They demand solid value and performance from the products they select. Editors Best Award winners can feel proud that the products and services they developed have earned the respect and recognition of the Windows IT Pro editorial staff.

Vizioncore founder and CEO, David Bieneman, added Recognition from Windows IT Pro further validates esxReplicator as a standard for replication of VMware Infrastructure 3 environments. The software has helped us continue to lead the way in establishing disaster recovery and business continuity standards for virtualized servers.

About esxReplicator

esxReplicator provides per VM replication for the VMware Infrastructure 3 environment. In physical infrastructures, disaster recovery solutions can be difficult and expensive to deploy and maintain, often requiring a high-level of expenditure on redundant equipment. With virtualization and esxReplicator, entire server environments can be encapsulated as virtual machines (VMs) and treated like files, allowing customers to establish cost-effective business continuity strategies.

Using esxReplicator 2.0, the entire VM can be replicated from many hosts to a single host and between different hardware platforms. Replication is performed on a per VM basis at the storage block level, which allows customers to replicate changes to the VM, including the level of allocated hardware resources, the operating system, applications and data.

Virtual Iron 3.1 was the winner and VMware ESX Server 2.0 was the other finalist in the Virtualization category.

Published Thursday, August 09, 2007 11:10 PM by David Marshall
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