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July 26, 2010 |

NetEx Touts the Effects of Its HyperIP Software on Hyper-V Live Migration Speeds

The developer cites a report by as evidence of its product’s benefits.

NetEx Touts the Effects of Its HyperIP Software on Hyper-V Live Migration Speeds

The developer cites a report by as evidence of its product’s benefits.

NetEx is reporting a recent lab validation report by that confirms the positive effects of its HyperIP on Hyper-V Live Migration speeds across a variety of emulated WAN links between geographically dispersed locations.
NetEx Touts the Effects of Its HyperIP Software on Hyper-V Live Migration Speeds

The PDF report is downloadable from DeepStorage’s Web site.

NetEx’s HyperIP is a software-only, virtualization-ready WAN optimization solution for moving large data sets across WANs securely and quickly. Patent-pending technology accelerates and optimizes data replication and file transfer applications by aggregating multiple data replication applications over a shared connection while mitigating the inherent network latency and network disruption for long-distance remote TCP data transmissions.

HyperIP is software designed to migrate running virtual servers between data centers and remote offices for disaster recovery, business continuity purposes without the need for dedicated, high-bandwidth, low-latency connections.

NetEx is now reporting that DeepStorage measured migration speed increases beyond previous measurements.

In a press release submitted to EH Publishing, NetEx claims the DeepStorage report supports NetEx’s ability to “minimize the negative impact of packet loss, latency and link congestion of server migration via Microsoft’s Hyper-V Live Migration over disperse networks with minimal changes.”

“HyperIP significantly boosted all but the best of our emulated WAN links … even on reduced bandwidth links with substantial impairments,” states the report, as quoted by NetEx. “Regardless of network conditions, HyperIP enabled Live Migration to complete in less than 30 seconds while suffering fewer and shorter outages than the un-accelerated case … This demonstrates that migration across slower links is possible and exceeds company claims that their product increases transfer rates by a factor of up to six.

In testing the HyperIP virtual appliance, NetEx explains that DeepStorage Labs migrated a Windows Server 2003 web server between a pair of Hyper-V host systems across a WAN, which was configured to provide bandwidth, latency and other conditions consistent with the links medium and large enterprises would use between data centers.

“Organizations looking to migrate virtual machines between locations have been frustrated by a lack of options in how they can accomplish this,” says Robert MacIntyre, NetEx Vice President of business development and marketing. “Most wishing to do live migration have turned to expensive solutions that require dedicated hardware, high-bandwidth, low latency connections.† This validation test from DeepStorage shows that our HyperIP WAN acceleration software can successfully support Hyper-V Live Migrations across WANs at increased transfer rates and significantly lower cost WANs.”

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