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Two Sessions from Symantec Vision 2014 Focused on VMware

Did you miss Symantec Vision 2014 this year?  Well, check out these two presentations being made available online:

Session 1708: Business Critical Virtualization for VMware

Virtualization has become an integral part of today's IT world and organizations are adopting virtualization technologies and platforms at an ever-increasing rate. Attend this session for a deeper understanding of how you can keep your virtualized applications up and running 24x7. This includes learning how you can lay a solid foundation with Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware and Symantec Cluster Server to improve the manageability, availability and performance of your virtualized assets--from storage to applications.

10.15am_1708_Business Critical Virtualization for VMware.pdf 


Session 1730: NetBackup 7.6 Performance Benchmark within a Large Scale VMware Environment

All of the top ten Global Fortune companies depend on NetBackup to protect information in some of the largest and most complex data centers in the world. Attend this session to find out why--and explore the competitive advantages of NetBackup across common use cases in real-world enterprise virtual environments. You'll learn what makes NetBackup the most scalable backup solution in the enterprise for heterogeneous physical and virtual infrastructures where petabytes of data and tens of thousands of virtual machines are the norm. You'll also explore how NetBackup with V--Ray technology delivers superior performance in areas like backing up and restoring virtualized applications, leveraging hardware snapshot technology for protection of virtual environments, and protecting software-defined data centers based on VMware's vCloud infrastructure.

NetBackup 7.6 Performance Benchmark In A Large Scale VMware Environment.pdf 

Published Wednesday, May 14, 2014 6:40 AM by David Marshall
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