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25Feb, '16

Cloud Backup and Storage Expert Tips: Snapshots’ Implementations, Snapshots-based Data Protection and Snapshots Management / Automation Technologies

By | February 25th, 2016|

Snapshots are one of the key critical components of Enterprise in delivering data protection services to ensure adequate business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR) strategies. Snapshots ensure more aggressive RPOs and RTOs values when

3Dec, '15

Cloud Backup and Storage Expert Tips: SAP Data Protection Considerations

By | December 3rd, 2015|

SAP provides enterprise application software and software-related services worldwide. It operates through the On-Premise and Cloud segments. The company is the world’s leading provider of business software, including SAP HANA, a subscription based enterprise cloud, SAP CRM, SAP ERP, SAP Product Lifecycle Management, SAP Supplier Relationship Management, SAP Supply Chain Management applications; mobile solutions comprising enterprise mobility management, mobile apps, and SAP Mobile Platform; database and technology solutions, including application development and integration, and database solutions; and cloud solutions. Due to such broad spectrum of various SAP products and services, comes complexity and challenges for SAP customers to determine the best way to manage and protect critical enterprise data and information in SAP and non-SAP systems and to meet strict Service Level Agreements (SLAs).

17Sep, '15

The Ultimate Guide To VMWare and 3D Graphics

By | September 17th, 2015|

You’ve searched Google high and low, stumbled upon weird abbreviations like vSGA, vDGA, vGPU and other animals, scattered all over the internet. Hours later, you’re still struggling to glue the pieces together, but all you have to show for it is a headache. You simply wanted to know how VMWare vSphere enables you to deliver 3D graphics on your virtual machines. Lucky for you, I’ve collected all the information I found and tested for our customer recently – into one guide. So, after a deep dive into the topic I’ll share with you all the information I’ve collected. When I say information I mean mostly theory, since in my opinion to be able to make a good choice you first need a solid understanding of the technology. I’ll will not dedicate a section to talk about use cases, rather I’ll just mention some advantages and disadvantages regarding possible scenarios. What is 3D Acceleration and why do I need it anyway? When you hear people say 3D Acceleration that usually refer to Hardware 3D Acceleration. Meaning, the utilizing of a dedicated piece of the hardware, aka GPU (Graphical Processing Unit), for graphical tasks.

9Sep, '15

Veeam Does Physical Better Than Expected

By | September 9th, 2015|

How to protect virtual AND physical servers with Veeam Backup Endpoint – for free By Tal Shatz (our very own Veeam guru)  … So as you may know already Veeam was always going virtual only, therefore each customer that approached me to find him a solution for their 99% virtualized environment cornered me a little. When we started talking about their NAS at first it was much convincing why moving back from storage NAS services (e.g: NetApp CIFS, EMC VNX Celllera etc) to Normal Windows 2012 File server services would be a better approach for them from an Infrastructure perspective . Of course all of this is per customer environment but I’m talking in small NAS less than 5-6TB. I’m not a Microsoft expert but I can point out enough advantages of why going with MSFS will be a good choice for them regardless of going with Veeam. Suppose this was the easy task, now what’s left is what are we doing with the Physical servers?!

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