From planning and scheduling to fast migration execution, Micro Focus solutions help you complete data center transformation and migration projects quickly and efficiently with automatic, unattended high-speed Physical-to-Virtual (P2V), Virtual-to-Virtual (V2V), or anywhere-to-anywhere server migrations—even to the cloud.
Additionally, our high-performance disaster recovery solutions offer warm-standby recovery speeds similar to mirroring but at low costs similar to tape backup for all your servers: physical and virtual, Windows and Linux.
Mergers and acquisitions can leave you with many data centers scattered around the country or the globe. Your job is to consolidate them—different hardware, different operating systems, and different hypervisors—with maximum uptime.
By using the right migration tool, you can dramatically reduce the risk in your cloud migration projects. PlateSpin® Migrate gives you the confidence you need to migrate Windows and Linux servers to the cloud, rapidly, safely and easily.
Trying to achieve better consolidation ratios or reduce resource contention on your virtual hosts? Need to finish by the end of the week, not sometime next quarter? We make it fast and efficient with our server migration tools.
Whenever you get new servers you have to spend a lot of time reinstalling and reconfiguring them. We can help. We can move entire servers to the new servers, over the network, unattended, while the original servers are still running.
You really hope you never have to use your disaster recovery solution. But when you do, it has to work right the first time. In the midst of an unplanned outage, it would be brutal to discover that you can’t actually recover your server servers.
When IT systems go down, the business is impacted and there's tremendous pressure to get things back up and running fast. In today’s always-on world, acceptance of downtime, even for low-priority systems, is at an all-time low.
When an individual server fails, spare parts, or even a replacement, may be minutes away. But what if your entire site goes down? This can happen as the result of a major regional incident, simple human error, or even a plumbing issue.
Having one set of disaster recovery products for your physical servers and an entirely different set for your virtual environment typically means increased cost. You're paying more not only for multiple software licenses, but also for staff, training, support, and more.