Symantec ApplicationHA 6.0 and Virtual Business Service 6.0 Demo for VMware

its my pleasure to release my latest demo of Virtual Business Service with ApplicationHA 6.0, learn how Virtual Business Service can assist with connecting multiple tiered applications together to create a business service, this demo will create a service from a VMware virtual machine running SQL Server 2008 and a custom application and demostrate how easy it is to start and stop the applications and control the applications when disaster strikes.

Virtual Business Services (VBS) provides continuous high availability and reduces frequency and duration of service disruptions for multi-tier business applications running on heterogeneous OS platforms and virtualization technologies

View the Demo :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PA0BqzBGcDU

Product Download:

VOM Virtual Business Services Availability add-on and package

Product Documentation:

Virtual Business Services – Availability User’s Guide

About virtuallylg

Hello, my name is Lorenzo Galelli, I have been working with availability and virtualization solutions for Symantec for over a decade now and its amazing to see the impact virtualization has brought to the world of IT. During my time at Symantec I have worked as a systems engineer for customers big and small and seen a vast array of different virtualization projects. I am currently Technical Product Manager for ApplicationHA for VMware and KVM and I also have focus on VDI especially with Symantec's VirtualStore and FileStore technologies. Follow my blog for all things Symantec and virtualization. Opinions expressed here are my own.
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