They tell you it is faster, easy to implement, operate and manage. They tell you: it is virtualization in a box, the software-defined datacenter with servers, storage and networking abstraction; it is the new building block of infrastructure.
VMware networking is definitely not a nightmare. But it can appear a little different from your traditional way of doing things.
Now most of the access points that ship are marked 802.11ac capable. The question is what does it really bring? And is it really worth the upgrade?
You just built a nice Disaster Recovery site, and your important Virtual Machines are being replicated to that location. It is time to failover? Check this article.
If I can take a snapshot of my system, why do I need backup? Or if I already have backup, why do you want me to archive?
Tape allows you to easily have a second media to save your data to, and because it does not need to be online (it is a copy), you can ship it to another location to meet the requirement of having …
This type of backup provides the right balance between cost, complexity, speed, availability, recoverability and retention. Does this mean that you can just buy a few hard drives in the computer shop across the street?