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Maximize Availability and Uptime by Clustering Your Physical Data Centers Within Metro Distances

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As IT infrastructures continue to be virtualized, data center architects are looking for ways to increase the mobility and high availability of virtual machines beyond a single data center. Expanding ...

As IT infrastructures continue to be virtualized, data center architects are looking for ways to increase the mobility and high availability of virtual machines beyond a single data center. Expanding data centers across multiple locations has become an increasingly common strategy to address high-availability and disaster recovery needs for businesses with high uptime requirements. View this Webinar and learn how you can: Accelerate tier-1 virtualization adoption by providing best-in-class SLAs. Dynamically move workloads within and across data centers to avoid contention, and support utility-on-demand models. Provide automated recovery of applications with high return on investment. For more information on the virtualized data center please read our white paper: http://www.hds.com/assets/pdf/solution-profile-enabling-the-virtual-data-center-hitachi-virtual-storage-platform-for-vmware.pdf

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