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VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance for Multiprocessor Virtual Machines—Technical Preview and Best Practices

Created on: Aug 31, 2012 2:00 PM by JeanChen - Last Modified:  Aug 31, 2012 2:00 PM by JeanChen

Session Details

Session ID:

INF-BCO2655

Session Title:

VMware vSphere Fault Tolerance for Multiprocessor Virtual Machines—Technical Preview and Best Practices

Session Abstract:

This session will describe exciting new developments in implementing VMware vSphere® Fault Tolerance (VMware FT) for multiprocessor  virtual machines. This new technology allows continuous availability of multiprocessor  virtual machines with literally zero downtime and zero data loss, even surviving server failures, while staying completely transparent to the guest software stack, requiring absolutely no configuration of in-guest software.

In this technical preview, we will outline the virtues of VMware FT, provide a detailed look at the new technology enabling VMware FT for multiprocessor  virtual machines, offer guidance on how to plan and configure your environments to best deploy these capabilities, examine performance data and showcase a live demo of the technology in action.

Track:

Infrastructure

Session Type:

Breakout Session

Duration:

1 Hour

Speaker(s):

Jim Chow,VMware, Inc.
Shrinand Javadekar,VMware, Inc.
Srinivas Kotamraju,VMware, Inc.



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