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LeftHand Boosts DR
BOULDER, Colo. -- LeftHand Networks, the leading provider of highly available iSCSI SANs, announced today its support for VMware Site Recovery Manager. VMware Site Recovery Manager is a pioneering new product for disaster recovery management and automation. Part of VMware's industry-leading suite of management and automation products for the data center, VMware Site Recovery Manager simplifies business continuity planning and testing, and reduces the risk and complexity associated with implementing disaster recovery. LeftHand Networks' certified Storage Replication Adapter allows customers to deploy a complete disaster recovery (DR) solution that automates DR for systems and storage across virtualized environments.
"VMware and LeftHand Networks are making disaster recovery rapid, reliable and affordable," said Parag Patel, vice president, alliances, VMware. "With the interoperability between LeftHand's storage solutions and VMware Site Recovery Manager, customers can automate the testing and recovery of both applications and data recovery within VMware virtualized environments."
LeftHand Networks Inc.
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