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The Veritas Availability blog brings to you the latest news and views about how to keep mission-critical applications highly available and minimize downtime with fast failover. Learn about predictable availability, application resiliency, and storage efficiency across multi-cloud, virtual, and physical environments.

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Get even more out of SmartIO

In earlier post in the series, we have learnt about various file system level settings to get more out of SmartIO. But many times a single file system has files and folders with different access chara...


Say Goodbye to the Noisy Neighbor when Using Docker

One of the major challenges with any kind of virtualization is to have the ability to provide enough and consistent performance to the different applications that will be running. When Virtual Machine...


Erasure coding for data storage - Primer

Background Hardware failure is common and the most common cause among them is disk failure be it SSD or HDD – about 80% of all failures. With such failure prone hardware, data protection has always be...


Get More Out Of SmartIO

In Ryan’s blog post, we have seen benefits provided by SmartIO in today’s datacenter where SSDs are becoming more and more prevelant. Sumit in his blog has provided more details about SmartAssist tool...


Quality of Service - Maxiops SLA

Data centers today service multiple independent applications which share storage resources. Unless applications are completely isolated from one another, whenever they vie for a shared resource, conte...


Encryption of Data at Rest

Encryption of the Data at Rest with FIPS certified Veritas Cryptographic Module Product: Veritas™ InfoScale 7.1 Do I really need encryption? It was 4 AM in the morning and my friend, the owner of a we...


Looking forward to OpenStack Summit

OpenStack summit is next week and I am looking forward to attending and learning from various organizations as they navigate their OpenStack journeys. One area of interest for me is storage management...