Tag Archives: Virtual machine

Neverfail Bulletin – August 31, 2012

As we say often, it’s important for businesses to have a disaster recovery plan in place – no matter the season. For those businesses that do, it is necessary to always be adapting that plan to support new and evolving IT trends such as virtualization, cloud computing and bring your Continue Reading

Neverfail and VMware vSphere Client: Your Most Important Allies to Building Incredible IT

(A portion of this blog post originally appeared on October 19, 2011) Back in October of 2011 when we first announced that we are releasing Neverfail SRMXtender, a software-based continuous availability solution that extends the scope of VMware vSphere to provide a complete disaster recovery solution for all critical applications, Continue Reading

Neverfail Bulletin – August 3, 2012

With the 2012 Olympic Games in full swing, and companies around London urging employees to work remotely, the focus on BYOD has been taken to a whole new level. While the bring your own device trend has created some interesting challenges and the need for additional planning for IT and Continue Reading

Neverfail Bulletin – April 20, 2012

This week focused on the importance of preventative measures in business continuity planning. As we know at Neverfail, disasters—both internal and external—are inevitable, but good planning can save businesses time, money, frustration and more. Below are our suggested reads for this week on our Neverfail Bulletin. Is your business prepared? Continue Reading

The Neverfail Bulletin – 4/16/12

Last week it was clear that organizations around the world are recognizing what we at Neverfail have known all along – that disaster recovery planning should be a priority. Enjoy our suggested reads for this week in the first installment of the Neverfail Bulletin! How the Cloud Democratizes and Complicates Continue Reading

Datacenter Business Continuity, Part 2

We’re halfway through Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW), and here we’re focusing on business continuity in the datacenter.  In part one on Monday we talked about how hypervisor technology and storage-level replication have made the overall task of disaster recovery planning for IT much easier. We also alluded to the outstanding fact Continue Reading

Datacenter Business Continuity, Part 1

To welcome in this year’s running of Business Continuity Awareness week, I wanted to take some time to write about the aspect of business continuity closest to me: Datacenter business continuity. There are many different things to consider when it comes to business continuity, and our friends at Continuity Central Continue Reading

HA vs. HA: Which one are you looking for?

In this growing world of virtualization, there are many options to consider when it comes to disaster recovery and high availability. With a high percentage of most datacenters now consisting of virtual machines it is relatively easy to keep workloads running, or at least restore them operation very quickly, when Continue Reading

Virtual Availability Director to support Tier-1 Applications in VMware vCenter

The new Neverfail Virtual Availability Director extends vSphere Client to provide a single business continuity solution for applications running on any mix of physical and virtual machines. On October 11, 2011 we announced that we are releasing the Neverfail Virtual Availability Director. The Virtual Availability Director uses Neverfail’s advanced server Continue Reading