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Old 10-07-2011, 03:37 PM
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Disaster Recovery (VMware)


Introducing VMware Disaster Recovery solutions from StratoGen - the market leader in VMware hosting products.

A tried and tested solution, StratoGen Disaster Recovery (SDR) enable you to host replica servers in our cloud with guaranteed performance and availability. Avoid expensive data loss and businsess interruption using a certified platform based on VMware Site Recovery Manager.

Benefits
• End to end disaster recovery solution
• Guaranteed performance and availability
• SAN replication ability
• Zero capital outlay
• Easy to test and validate without affecting production environment
• Built on VMware Site Recovery Manager
• Highly cost effective

A free 15 day trial is available

For further information please visit http://www.stratogen.net/products/vm...-recovery.html

StratoGen is an authorised VMware partner

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