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November 3, 2009

Syncsort launches new service for server virtualisation

To help customers migrate from physical to virtual or virtual to virtual server migration

By CBR Staff Writer

Syncsort, a provider of data processing, data integration, data protection and recovery software, has launched a new professional services offering for organisations planning to deploy server virtualisation.

According to Syncsort, the new MVP (Migration, Verification and Protection) service is performed by technical specialists, who help plan, manage, verify and rapidly deploy minimally disruptive physical to virtual migration of data, applications and servers. It is expected to provide customers with the flexibility to securely migrate their server environments.

The MVP service delivers safe and rapid P2V and V2V migration of critical applications and servers, data protection and availability throughout the migration process with minimal impact to the environment, multiple migration checkpoints for live testing with safe fallback to a physical server, monitoring of both physical and virtual environment and protection in the post-migration period.

Joe Stamboulie, director of customer services at Syncsort, said: The goal of the MVP service is to help customers accelerate their efforts to migrate to virtualised environments faster and safer so that they can maximise their ROI opportunity with server virtualisation.

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“As organisations choose to consolidate their primary servers to gain data centre efficiencies, they often build up unnecessary costs and leave themselves exposed. The MVP service mitigates risks during the migration process, maximises hardware and storage efficiencies, and accelerates time-to value.

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