Adopting Server Virtualization for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
Source: CA XOsoft
In today's competitive business environment, your IT infrastructure must accommodate rapidly changing business needs and unforeseen problems with minimal impact on day-to-day operations. But this level of flexibility, scalability, and high availability can be expensive and difficult to deploy and maintain, especially for small and midsize businesses. No matter what size your business is, in today's economic climate, having an IT infrastructure that includes a cost-effective business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR) solution is a necessity. Downtime of mission-critical applications can cause irreparable harm to any-size business. Server virtualization is now a mainstream technology within small, midsize, and large organizations - not just for early adopters - and requires the same levels of protection as physical servers.