VMware vSphere Data Protection Advanced (per processor and per OSI)
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vSphere Data Protection Advanced
|Manufacturer Part Number||VS5-DPA-C|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.emc.com|
|Product Name||vSphere Data Protection Advanced|
|Product Type||Software Licensing|
|License Quantity||1 CPU|
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the ease of use and the power you have to administer it. We are using VMware vSphere Data Protection Advanced (per processor and per OSI) currently and had started out on 4.0. this has helped our business really grow with out a huge physical infrastructure. the thing i like the best is snapshots. very easy to rollback without having to reload a server if something goes wrong. We are a software developer so just being able to spin up new machines and us snapshot feature is invaluable.
I personally like the App Volumes and User Environment Manager combination, as it allows us to provide granular applications to the end users and makes for easy setup of the applications for new users. Try the free Hypervisor and determine if the solution is right for you. It most likely will be, if you are trying to leverage the hardware you have for optimum use. Figuring out upgrade paths can be a pain, because of having to verify all the compatible versions between the different integrated components.
The vsphere desktop app is quick and snappy and provides quick access to any virtual machine in your environment. Plenty of information is provided about each vm. vSphere serves as our single pane of glass dashboard for our hypervisor environment. Adoption by all other major vendors has provided us with plug-ins to manage the majority of our infrastructure using vSphere instead of having appliance access to every single product. The product updates are timely and substantial in nature, generally providing a huge bump in functionality with a limited learning curve.