A Disaster Recovery Plan covers the data, hardware and software critical for a business to restart operations in the event of a natural or human-caused disaster. It should also include plans for coping with the unexpected or sudden loss of key personnel.
Read the white paper to learn how to put a plan in place for full functional validation, and get details on the importance of validating resiliency in a live environment; learn why small-scale recovery “simulations” are inadequate and misleading.
We’ll walk you through the driving forces behind these rapidly evolving data protection architectures, the trends you’ll want to be keeping an eye on, what we should all demand of next generation architectures, and the state of the current market landscape.
SimpliVity’s solution is a great fit for today’s midmarket data center. This hyperconverged infrastructure simplifies an otherwise complex system that would require frequent maintenance and upgrades. SimpliVity offers an affordable solution that addresses major challenges of midmarket I&O teams.
SimpliVity's true hyperconverged infrastructure solution helped Waypoint Capital consolidate their data center. After implementing 2U OmniCube systems, they were able to immensely reduce their IT complexity, increase performance, and dramatically improve their operational efficiency.
ActualTech Media and SimpliVity have partnered to create a new report that presents data from surveyed IT professionals and their experiences with hyperconverged infrastructure. The report defines Hyperconvergence and outlines the future of the industry.
This infographic provides information on how Performance Hub is designed to improve the performance of your entire network while simplifying your infrastructure and lowering your Total Cost of Ownership.
13% of IT executives claim success at developing skills to meet changing IT infrastructure needs. While the topic of IT infrastructure continues to permeate conversations across industries, the content, participants and tones of those conversations are changing.