This eBook will discuss Windows Server 2016 Virtualization, also known as Hyper-V 2016. Many Hyper-V components have evolved with each Microsoft release, and knowing this information is key to understanding the increased functionality and usability.
Many of the new features require the basic usage of PowerShell. You’ll find them documented throughout this eBook as examples of features that allow IT Professionals to leverage Hyper-V PowerShell scripts in their own environments.
We will dive deeper into Containers technology which takes the foundation that server virtualization provides to the next level by allowing the kernel of the operating system to create multiple isolated user-space application instances, instead of one. We’ll discuss the difference between Windows Server Containers and Hyper-V Containers, the way they are deployed, managed and function. And we will not miss the relationship of Microsoft Windows Server Containers and Docker, because you already know that Docker and Microsoft are working together to provide the same consistent experience across both the Linux and Windows ecosystem.
The goal of this eBook is to provide the necessary tools to successfully test, and eventually manage, a Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V environment.Take first steps towards:• History and Evolution of Windows Server Virtualization
By 2018, more than 50% of oil and gas companies will update software to lower costs and build a stable IT environment (IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Oil and Gas 2017 Predictions,” IDC, November 2016). And, one of the key considerations is how to improve Availability towards a predictive, data-driven approach that reduces unplanned downtime.
To achieve these benefits, IT leaders in the energy sector must focus on business continuity and closing their Availability and Data Protection Gaps. With the right solutions in place, IT teams can ensure continuity and Availability, meet compliance requirements, extend visibility, leverage workload mobility and cloud data management.Read now
Veeam white paper: Practical guide to SureBackup Making today’s virtual data center available requires more and more knowledge beyond the backup tools themselves. SureBackup® is a live verification functionality that automatically boots into an isolated environment and performs a set of tests against a selection of guests. It is available in the Enterprise and Enterprise Plus editions of Veeam® Backup & Replication™.
Read this white paper to learn how to:
Be it banking institutions, credit unions, investment firms, insurance companies or the customers themselves, all sides of the financial services industry require — and have come to expect — ever-ready, always-available services. Success in providing continuity falls to IT who holds sway over the solutions your company will ultimately deliver.
But, a business continuity/disaster recovery (BCDR) plan will not only keep everything up and running. It also will help you review the weaknesses and threats to your organization, becoming more proactive and improving IT service delivery without doubt.
While BCDR is a complex and broad process, take a look into this simple and practical guide to learn key tips on how to easily integrate BCDR best practices, such as:
Make the difference at your workplace. And, remember that you can save the day!Read now
U.S. Federal agencies face new demands today from both citizens and the international community. This is because citizens now expect the same level of service from government agencies that they receive from private sector organizations.
The U.S. Federal IT environment is no longer solely based on physical servers and workloads. Many projects have now migrated to cloud solutions where security and data control is paramount.
This document provides:
Veeam® Content Pack for VMware vRealize Log Insight offers integrated log management and monitoring capabilities for Veeam Backup & Replication™ environments. Read this solution brief and learn how Veeam-specific dashboards allow users to:
Digital life in retail focuses on helping retailers do their jobs more efficiently, and enabling consumers to buy what they want, when they want it. In all instances, success is defined by making the shopping experience pleasant and engaging.
This could not be achieved if it weren’t for IT teams making sure there are no gaps or interruptions. IT must focus on how to 1.) ensure that downtime occurs as infrequently as possible (ideally never), and 2.) recover from the downtime immediately and fully to ensure business continuity.
Get a clear understanding of why business continuity is so important in today’s modern retail, and learn how you can deliver an efficient option for data accessibility and Availability, through:
Keeping an education system’s network environment running is complex and demanding, because education environments have the need to provide access to data and applications to faculty, staff and students — each with unique needs.
Think about it — nearly any loss of service will have a major impact on a school’s ability to function: registration, on-premises learning management systems and the usual suspects like directory services, email, print services, etc. Outages for any of these would bring a significant part of the educational institution to a halt.
In this book, we’ll show how to proactively develop your business continuity/disaster recovery (BCDR) plan, empowering IT to efficiently respond to a major loss of service (which we all generally refer to as the disaster) today, by:
Gain confidence in your BCDR plan so you know that when (not if) disaster strikes, that you can save the day!Read now
Veeam® and Nutanix help enable digital transformation by accelerating deployment and simplifying the management of business application resources across hybrid cloud environments. In this Veeam and Nutanix solution brief, you will learn how to:
Customers are increasingly mobile and reliant on digital devices for business, entertainment, social activities, shopping, paying bills —nearly every aspect of their purchasing journey with service providers.
This shift in business can drive new revenue streams, but it also puts pressure on IT to ensure that all applications are uninterrupted and work on a 24.7.365 basis. If the network goes down for any reason, at any time, digital life comes to a halt.
Data Availability is the lifeblood of today’s modern communications service providers. But not all Availability solutions deliver the same level of functionality, reliability and performance. In evaluating potential Availability solutions, IT decision-makers should focus on three critical areas: