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Brien M. Posey, Contributor Published: 16 Oct 2012

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As organizations become more dependent on their information systems, they begin to look for ways to make those systems more resilient. Data center managers have used focused on high-availability architecture for years, but the industry transition to virtual data centers has caused organizations to rethink their high-availability strategies. More on high-availability architecture High-availability guide: Using high-availability servers and systems Symantec, VMware team up for virtualization high availability High availability provides disaster recovery for day-to-day emergencies One of the most interesting aspects of the shift to virtual data centers is that even small organizations that may never have used a clustering strategy are now almost forced to deploy some form of high-availability architecture. That's because smaller organizations often treat virtualization as a means to save money through consolidation. But as organizations consolidate servers, they also consolidate risks. For example, an enterprise may not consider the failure of a single ... Access >>>

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