Software offerings company Neverfail releases its Virtual Availability Director. The new offering harnesses Neverfail’s server protection technology combined with VMware’s vSphere Client application to provide a single console from which administrators can manage and maintain the continuous availability of all business-critical applications.
VMware users can extend the vSphere Client by implementing the Neverfail Virtual Availability Director to provide one offering to keep applications – whether virtual or physical – up and running in the event of downtime, said Neverfail.
Neverfail said the Virtual Availability Director integrates real-time data replication with application-level monitoring and management to provide customers with better data protection and the offering leverages virtualised stand-by servers to reduce the impact of downtime while allowing users to stay connected.
The Virtual Availability Director acts as a plug-in to VMware’s vSphere management system and it enables companies to manage the availability of all business applications from the vSphere client, including those that reside on physical platforms, said the company.