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HotLink Hybrid Express and HotLink DR Express solutions upgraded
The company that leads the market in transformation solutions for hybrid IT management, HotLink has announced key upgrades to its HotLink Hybrid Express and HotLink DR Express solutions. The latest product releases, which leverage patented transformation technology, allow easy deployment of hybrid production workloads at scale for a simple and cost-effective administration and management infrastructure for business-class hybrid IT deployments.
Hotlink DR Express gains automation, management features
HotLink makes it easier to set up and manage virtual machine protection for its DR Express hybrid cloud plug-in that uses vCenter and Amazon Web Services. DR Express lets customers select VMs to protect and the frequency of restore points, and uploads those VMs to Amazon. VMs can be restored in Amazon or to a VMware vCloud provider.Cellfish Media is switching from VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) to HotLink Express DR. If there was ever an argument for cloud computing, DR is it.
HotLink: The Time (& Platforms) For Hybrid IT Is Here
Production and scale-out use cases are mandatory for broad enterprise adoption of hybrid IT, but management complexity can quickly erode the benefits. For the next step in its mission to dramatically simplify hybrid IT management complexity, HotLink has upgraded its Hybrid Express and DR Express solutions. With HotLink, customers benefit from the robust administration and management capabilities of VMware vCenter across the spectrum of hybrid platforms without an expensive systems integration project
HotLink Makes Hybrid IT a Reality for Production & Scale-Out Environments
HotLink’s latest product releases enable easy deployment of hybrid production workloads at scale, provide advanced analytics spanning on- and off-premise resources, and deliver even tighter integration between VMware vCenter and Amazon Web Services for a dramatically simple and cost-effective administration and management infrastructure for enterprise-class hybrid IT deployments.
HotLink for Hybrid Production Environments
HotLink announced major enhancements to its HotLink Hybrid Express and DR Express solutions. HotLink’s latest releases enable easy deployment of hybrid production workloads at scale, provide advanced analytics spanning on- and off-premise resources, and deliver tighter integration between VMware vCenter and AWS for hybrid IT deployments.
Q&A: Award Winning HotLink Returns to VMworld 2014
The event is always jam packed with information coming in from every which way, so it is important to come up with a good game plan to try and follow as best you can throughout the event. And part of our game plan will be to walk the exhibitor show floor and meet with as many vendors as possible. And one of those must see vendors on my list is HotLink.
3 Options to Build Private Clouds with Public Cloud Perks
HotLink offers hybrid IT platforms that combine the best of both public and private clouds to provide the scalability, flexibility and speed users need at an economical price. Enterprises can use VMware vCenter to leverage the public cloud to supplement their existing on-premise data centers.
Emerging Vendors 2014: Cloud Vendors
Cloud computing is arguably the single most important trend to hit the IT industry in years. It's not only forcing established vendors to change their game plans, but the cloud revolution has created opportunities for a whole new generation of emerging vendors. Check out the hottest startups in the cloud computing segment from the Emerging Vendors list for 2014.
Evaluation Criteria for Your Cloud-based Data Protection Solutions
With so much talk about disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity (BC) in the cloud, you might be considering such an option. Have your new DR/BC vendor explains exactly how they will provide seamless and automated failover of critical business operations when your disaster strikes. In other words, be sure your DR solution actually has an "R" and not just a "D."
The Face of New Backup
As we launch ourselves into the clouds, we need to perhaps rethink how we do data protection. We need integrated data protection that not only accounts for cloud or data center failures but also accounts for the need to run within the cloud. There are lots of issues when you stand up systems within a cloud from a replicated source, unless the network is also replicated over into the cloud. This is a crucial component, automated only by a few tools, such as HotLink.