The success of vSAN in the HCI market continues to reinforce the value of a software-defined approach to hyper convergence. While the benefits of delivering services through software instead of hardware are clear, vSAN offers extensive capabilities that provide support for mission-critical applications. In our next two ‘Getting More Out of vSAN’ webcasts, we will focus on how vSAN supports high availability with stretched clusters and encryption strategies. You can register now for these two sessions Register now for these two sessions.
On Jan. 18, we will present ‘High Availability and Disaster Recovery with vSAN Stretched Clusters and Site Recovery Manager.’ We’ll examine how vSAN stretched clusters offer resiliency against entire site failure, and discuss the integration of vSphere Replication and Site Recovery Manager to automate disaster recovery workflows for applications and services running in VMs. Together, they comprise a complete solution that can help eliminate business-critical application downtime.
The following week, on Jan. 25, we will take a close look at incorporating virtual machine encryption and/or vSAN encryption into your daily operations. ‘vSphere Encryption for Virtual Machines and vSAN Encryption Deep Dive’ will explore the industry’s first native HCI encryption solution built into vSAN 6.6 software, as well as the encryption capabilities in vSphere 6.5. Both solutions run at the hypervisor level, so they have no impact on operations and each is VM agnostic. vSAN Encryption is also hardware agnostic, so it can run on all vSAN-certified drives and devices, including flash technologies.
Resiliency against site failures, automated disaster recovery, and simplified security are invaluable for mission-critical operations.
Register today to learn how to take full advantage of these capabilities.