In utilizing Symantec’s storage and platform management within VMware environments, customers can easily virtualize their business critical applications with full support for application availability, better and more powerful storage as well as the ability to eliminate the gap between the virtual and physical environments.
“Symantec's storage and availability products power some of the world's most critical applications at the largest companies globally,“ said Anil Chakravarthy, senior vice president, storage and availability management group, Symantec. “We are committed to helping customers transition to a virtual environment and are pleased to announce broad support for VMware's industry leading virtualization platform across our product suite.“
According to Symanetec, more than one-third of enterprises are planning to implement virtualization within the next year for business-critical applications such as transactional databases, email and ERP. As organizations migrate to virtual and cloud environments, protecting business-critical applications becomes high priority.
Veritas storage foundation, veritas cluster file system, veritas cluster server, veritas operations manager all assist in providing centralized visibility and control of storage and the availability of business critical applications running on VMware.