hypervisor based replication

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Published By: VMware, Inc     Published Date: Oct 28, 2014
VMware vCloud® Air™ Disaster Recovery introduces native cloud-based disaster recovery capabilities for VMware vSphere® virtual environments. Built on VMware’s hypervisor-based replication engine, vSphere Replication, and integration support with vCloud Air, it provides simple and secure asynchronous replication and failover. Consider these top five reasons why you should look to the cloud for your disaster recovery needs.
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cloud, disaster recovery, asynchronous replication, hypervisor-based replication, integration, networking, data center
    
VMware, Inc
Published By: Zerto     Published Date: Nov 02, 2012
Zerto has introduced a virtual-aware, software-only, tier-one, enterprise-class replication solution purpose-built for virtual environments. Read on to learn how this gives a new approach to business continuity and disaster recovery
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zerto, business data, business continuity, data recovery, disaster recovery, it management, data management, business technology, data center
    
Zerto
Published By: Zerto     Published Date: Oct 22, 2014
A simpler approach to DR! Compare hypervisor-based replication to guest/OS-based and array-based replication. Read about Zerto’s easy integration with VMware.
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zerto, vmware, virtualization, data center, virtual replication, replication, business continuity, disaster recovery
    
Zerto
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