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Veritas Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware 6

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Symantec’s latest version of Veritas Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware helps organizations improve storage input/output (I/O) performance and availability for VMware vSphere. As customers move their ...

Symantec’s latest version of Veritas Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware helps organizations improve storage input/output (I/O) performance and availability for VMware vSphere. As customers move their business-critical applications to VMware cloud infrastructure, Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware addresses the need for increased I/O performance, better visibility and management of the underlying storage, and improved availability of virtual machines and applications in SAN environments. In the event of a path failure, Dynamic Multi-Pathing for VMware automatically routes data to an available path and then restores the failed paths as they become available – providing efficient storage management and availability across disparate storage hardware.

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