Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - June 2010, Vol. 23
With the number of virtual machines increasing in the data center, backing up servers today has become much more than just copying data files. Take a look at how virtualization technologies have changed traditional backup strategies and examine some of the approaches that protect against issues like accidental file loss and server crashes. Access >>>
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Virtual machine backup strategies
by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Writer
Virtualization admins can mix traditional data backup technologies and newer tactics for safer, more efficient virtual machine backups.
Endpoint virtualization vs. server virtualization: Server requirements
by Danielle Ruest and Nelson Ruest, Contributors
Endpoint virtualization is a new level of server virtualization, but there are some important differences in the two implementations and how end users interact with the server.
- Virtual machine backup strategies by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Writer
Want to build a private cloud?
by Bill Claybrook, Contributor
Where should IT pros start when it comes to building a private cloud? This tip digs into the requirements for private cloud, including IT automation, security and standards.
- Want to build a private cloud? by Bill Claybrook, Contributor
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