ESG: A New Approach to Virtualized Disaster Recovery
In an ESG survey conducted in the fall of 2010, 74% of respondents from large organizations said that their firms were currently using server virtualization, and many were expanding. While organizations continue to reap consolidation benefits such as reduced costs and greater efficiency, most implementations are focused on lower priority applications. These consolidation benefits are only the tip of the iceberg! ESG research also noted that virtual implementations streamline application provisioning, maintenance, availability, and data protection processes throughout organizations over time.
Virtualization and Mission-Critical Applications
It’s a different story for mission-critical, tier-1 applications. Despite its growth and obvious benefits, virtualization of mission-critical applications continues to lag; only 35% have virtualized tier-1 databases, 28% ERP, and 27% CRM.
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From The Report:
- Many infrastructure functions can now be managed at the hypervisor level – will replication move to the hypervisor as well?
- Could hypervisor-based DR support the high-level requirements of enterprise-class data?
- Undersand the BC/DR requirements for virtualized, mission-critical applications?