Developing a Data Protection Strategy for Virtual Server Environments

Developing a Data Protection Strategy for Virtual Server Environments


Virtualization is no longer strictly an enterprise technology; it is increasingly being adopted by IT groups in small and mid-size businesses (SMBs). However, those organizations are quickly learning that virtualization can also increase complexity in certain areas of IT, particularly in data protection. If you’re considering—or have already implemented—server virtualization, you need to understand how it impacts data backup and recovery, and plan accordingly. Your IT administrator must be engaged as early as possible in the consideration and purchase process to make sure you can continue to meet acceptable recovery point objectives (RPOs) and recovery time objectives (RTOs). It's best to evaluate your backup strategy once again after deploying virtualization.

i365, makers of Evault
29 Sep 2010
29 Sep 2010
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