What are the benefits of SAN to SAN replication?

san replicationSAN to SAN replication is a service where a centralized repository of stored or archived data is duplicated to another centralized data repository in real-time. Storage area network replication provides an extra measure of redundancy in case a main storage system fails.

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How do virtual desktop interfaces benefit from graphic processing unit offloading?

vdi plansOffloading graphic processing for virtual desktop interfaces (VDI) allows such virtualized computer environments to support graphics intensive applications. While graphics acceleration is embedded into billions of consumer and business devices, including smartphones, laptops and workstations, it has not natively been built into virtual desktop interfaces. As a result, users of graphically-intense programs such as geospatial applications and 3-D rendering have been denied the flexibility of VDI.

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How can we boost SQL performance using Nimble SANs and VMware?

vmware hostingWebhosting.net is proud to leverage Nimble Storage arrays for its customer’s storage area network and virtual desktop interface deployments.

Nimble Storage arrays are the industry’s only flash-optimized storage solution designed to increase efficiency. Built on a patented “Cache Accelerated Sequential Layout (CASL)” architectire, Nimble Storage offers scalable performance, exceptional efficiency, integrated data protection, and simple push-button management. As a result, customers can run more workloads and perform more backup operations with less storage infrastructure.

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How do recovery time objectives increase when using VMware/Cloud Servers for failover?

vmware SRMRecovery time objective, or RTO, is the targeted duration of time and service level within which a business process must be restored after a disaster, or disruption, in order to avoid unacceptable consequences associated with a break in business continuity. RTO therefore refers to the point in time in the future at which your organization will be up and running again after a major service interruption. RTO is an extremely important metric when examining data disaster recovery services.

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One stop enterprise IT solutions from Webhosting.net

hybrid cloud technolgyWebhosting.net provides mid- to large-sized organizations with the advantage of fully integrated enterprise IT solutions, which ultimately can translate into quality, turnkey services at a discounted cost.

Firstly, Webhosting.net can assist with an organization’s Web hosting presence. The service provider offers virtual Linux and Windows Web hosting with unparalleled support, seamless start-up processes and continuous feature development.

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What are the advantages of PaaS and IaaS?

JelasticRubyThe advantages of both Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) are that both service models are completely located in the cloud. Instead of purchasing hardware, networking equipment and software needed to operate enterprise-class IT infrastructure in-house, cloud computing allows users to access applications vis-a-vis the Web, via a high-quality, broadband Internet connection. In such an environment, all applications and processing occur in servers located in geographically distributed data centers.

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What are the advantages of using Webhosting.net’s SAN model?

san replicationStorage area networks provide the communication infrastructure that connect storage devices such as disk arrays to servers. In common practice, the term “SAN” is used to refer to a complete storage infrastructure, including all the hardware and software involved in providing shared access to central storage devices from multiple servers. In effect, a SAN is a sub-network that is used for shared storage.

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