Storage for virtualization learning guide

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Storage for virtualization learning guide

This guide, brought to you by and, offers tips, news and expert advice on storage considerations for the virtualized environment. Learn about storage options and strategies for storage for virtualization in data center in three categories: Architecture, operations and backup.

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  • Architecture

    Part one of our All-in-One-Guide on storage and server virtualization discusses the architectural considerations for virtualized storage environments. Learn about various architectural challenges posed by storage in the virtualized environment, browse our expert responses on important how-to questions, get a grasp on NPIV and more. Check back in October for part two of this comprehensive guide, which focuses on operations and management considerations.

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  • Backup considerations in virtual environments

    Choosing backup systems and processes for virtual environments becomes more critical as organizations begin running mission-critical production workloads on their virtual platforms. These tips offer advice to help IT managers ensure that virtual machines are at least as well protected as their physical counterparts.

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  • Disaster recovery

    Explore the final chapter of the storage and virtualization All-In-One guide and learn how virtualization can improve your disaster recovery plan. You'll find technical tips, webcasts and podcasts about disaster recovery with VMware on blades, virtual machine backup best practices, and a true story about how virtualization helped immensely during a real disaster involving a hurricane in Florida.

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  • Operations-Management

    Part two of the storage and virtualization All-in-One Guide offers tips, expert advice and a PDF download about storage management in virtual environments. Learn how to avoid storage-related bottlenecks and more.

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