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Posted:  11 May 2011
Published:  11 May 2011
Format:  HTML
Length:  1  Page(s)
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Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Tape is a key part of both the backup and archive life cycle. Tape still provides the lowest total cost of ownership alternative for securely storing long-term archives for record keeping and disaster recovery. As data centers and data stores grow, tape operations can become more complex. This growth can lead to increased backup and restore times and higher management overhead and costs.

The IBM Virtualization Engine TS7700 is a family of mainframe virtual-tape solutions that are designed to optimize tape processing. With one solution, the implementation of a fully integrated tiered storage hierarchy of disk and tape takes advantage of the benefits of both technologies to help enhance performance and provide the capacity needed for today’s tape processing requirements.

Read on to learn all about the IBM Virtualization Engine TS7700.






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