Data replication has taken center stage in hot storage technologies and is a fundamental component of DR and backup and recovery operations. This issue's cover story explores where best to deploy replication: in the array, network or servers. Plus, check out features on power-smart disk systems, value-based data protection, deduplication...
Despite the growth of remote backup over the network, tape is still a key element in disaster recovery (DR) plans. In this podcast, Pierre Dorion, data center practice director at Long View Systems Inc., answers common tape backup questions as they relate to DR.
Business Continuity(BC) is the ability to keep vital business operations running in the event of failure in the existing infrastructure. This white paper highlights the importance of (BC) planning and explores strategies and solutions to help achieve them
In independent testing, researchers found Dell AppAssure offered advantages in ease-of-use and backup/recovery time. AppAssure's image-level backup technology can essentially eliminate the potential for data loss by creating closely spaced recovery points for mission-critical applications, such as Exchange, SQL and SharePoint. Read the Report
The November 2012 edition of CWEurope focuses on what should always be one of your top IT priorities: Disaster recovery. Without a plan B, you risk the continuance of your business in the event of a natural disaster, hardware malfunction, human error or digital threat. It's disaster recovery or disaster devastation - the choice is up to you.
Early continuous data protection products may not have lived up to the hype when they first debuted a few years ago – but CDP technology now is the future of data backup and recovery. This E-Guide outlines how continuous data protection has evolved over the years and lists 10 popular CDP products available today.
A mixed-environment data centre, however presents some unique challenges when it comes to disaster recovery. Special attention is needed to the details, and the tried-and-true approaches typically used don't always work.
The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) defines CDP as "a class of mechanisms that continuously capture or track data modifications enabling recovery to previous points in time." In part two of this tutorial on continuous data protection backup, learn how CDP is being used today, and about the latest CDP products.
This document is based on a Dell /TechTarget Webcast entitled "Disaster Recovery FAQ." Data Center Practice Director Pierre Dorio discusses disaster recovery, including backup services, plain backup and DR strategy.
No matter the business, industry, or size, reliable data access is essential to operations. As that data continues to grow exponentially, it is important to have a backup and recovery strategy that meets current business needs and has the flexibility to grow and change. Read this white paper to learn about HP data protection solutions.