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Published By: VMware     Published Date: Feb 26, 2009
In this brief, you'll learn how CA Recovery Management Products, like CA ARCserve Backup and CA XOsoft solutions, can be applied with VMware Infrastructure to help you effectively respond to the challenges and opportunities of business-critical computing.
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vmware, business continuity, ca recovery management, ca arcserve, ca xosoft solutions, vmware infrastructure, business-critical computing, virtualization, data recovery, trojans, worms, viruses, highly available systems, disk staging, failover, replication, server architecture, mainframe technology, hardware abstraction, encapsulation
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jul 07, 2016
In this webinar, you will learn about the availability of SAP HANA across the entire IBM Power Systems line with pre-sized IBM POWER8 configurations that are optimised for SAP HANA, highly available/disaster recovery options for SAP HANA on Power Systems deployments, and systems management solutions to maintain the SAP HANA systems. You will also hear client use cases on why they chose to implement their SAP HANA solution on IBM Power Systems..
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ibm, sap, sap hana, suse, ibm power systems, enterprise applications
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 09, 2014
IBM Power Systems provide a comprehensive approach designed to protect the continuity and availability of business-critical applications and services. Deploying integrated disaster recovery allows companies to deliver new services faster, with higher quality, and with superior economics. Downtime can be highly disruptive and expensive to an organization, with cost drivers including lost revenue, reduced employee productivity, reputational damage, and the cost of resources required to address and avoid outages. Most organizations in IDC surveys indicate that even one hour of downtime can have a severe business impact or greater and businesses are investing in highly available servers and systems. Hear from leading industry analysts as they share top resiliency trends and top practices. Also see how Power Systems can build a highly stable infrastructure
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