Tag Archives: VMware vSphere

Extending the power of VMware’s Site Recovery Manager & Virtual Clustering products

Some people (including VMware themselves) often refer to the deployment of VMware vSphere infrastructure as a journey, with an ever-growing set of economic benefits to be unlocked at each stage along the way. Early adopters seek to reduce platform operational costs by driving up host server utilization rates and reducing Continue Reading

Neverfail Extends VMware Site Recovery Manager to Protect Any Business Application

Neverfail’s new SRMXtender product allows VMware customers to standardize on VMware Site Recovery Manager to protect critical applications, even those on physical servers. On October 18, 2011 we announced that we are releasing Neverfail SRMXtender, a software-based continuous availability solution that extends the scope of VMware vSphere to provide a 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