Vmware Vsphere Data Protection Advanced Production Support Subscription 1 Year
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VMware vSphere Data Protection Advanced Production Support/Subscription, 1 Year
|Manufacturer Part Number||VS5-DPA-P-SSS-C|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.emc.com|
|Service Name||VMware Support and Subscription Production|
|Service Main Type||Technical|
|Service Sub Type||Electronic|
|Service Description||24x7x30 Minute|
|Service Duration||1 Year|
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VmwareVsphere Data Protection Advanced Production Support Subscription 1 Year's restore option is a feature that we use often in the IT department We always have users calling the help desk saying that they accidentally deleted a file and need it restored back to their computer. vSphere's file restore allows us to restore a single file rather than restoring an entire library. We just ask the user for the name and location of the file, find it in the backup log, and restore it back to its proper location. vSphere makes every task easy to complete by using wizards to guide you through most tasks.
VmwareVsphere Data Protection Advanced Production Support Subscription 1 Year backup and restore feature is also very useful. It automatically ensures that data isn't being duplicated when making a backup and it also allows us to create libraries to store the data in. We have our libraries set up by department so if something happens with one library, it won't affect our entire organization. The data is also backed up directly to our storage system so we don't have to use the cloud storage that is available. We aren't ready to store our data in the cloud yet because we don't think that security is strong enough. We currently store our backups offsite and our vSphere software is setup to remotely connect to our backup site when restores are necessary.
One issue we've encountered several times in the IT department is slow network speeds that are caused by overloaded servers. We would have to manually move data from one server to another to fix the problem or manually shift the priority of applications on the server. Transferring the data would take hours and cause the network to slow down even more and sometimes applications would stop working if we didn't notice that an application was hoarding all the resources on a server. When a server is virtualized with VmwareVsphere Data Protection Advanced Production Support Subscription 1 Year, you don't have to worry about these issues at all because if a virtual machine becomes overloaded then it will automatically transfer data and resources to whatever application the IT department sets up as a priority.