Thursday, November 13, 2008

Assessing data protection, network vulnerabilities in a virtualization health check

November 13, 2008 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Server virtualization health check services: Data protection, networking
George Crump, Contributor

As part of your server virtualization health check services, you should examine what areas of your customer's environment have been exposed as a result of server virtualization. Typically, both the new infrastructure and the virtual machines within that infrastructure need to be protected. Oftentimes, customers either don't put the right tools in place before implementation, or they don't put enough thought into the backup process.

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