Companies are now at a juncture where they have a unique opportunity to put in place an underlying backup and archive disk infrastructure that eliminates today's silos of deduped data and islands of underutilized capacity resulting from scalability and scope limitations.
Customers are confronting the confusing number of options and configurations when it comes to backing up and restoring their network attached storage servers. This paper addresses this by describing the best practices for protecting and recovering NAS devices utilizing the Network Data Management Protocol.
IDC interviewed eight FalconStor customers that had deployed at least one or a combination of the following FalconStor storage management solutions: Virtual Tape Library (VTL), Network Storage Server (NSS), and Continuous Data Protector (CDP). All customers reported high levels of satisfaction.
Email archiving is a burgeoning market at a time when many storage pros are faced with increasing ediscovery requests and compliance regulations. Listen to this podcast to find out the latest developments in email archiving.
This Webcast discusses the growing importance of data deduplication as an enabling technology that leverages cost-effective VTLs and other disk appliances to identify and eliminate redundant data.
Posted: 17 Oct 2007 | Premiered: Oct 17, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
IBM Virtualization Engine TS7700 is a virtual-tape solution 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 enhance performance and provide the capacity needed for today’s tape processing requirements.
Data backups have evolved dramatically from the days of producing a nightly backup to tape. Modern data protection techniques start with backup targets such as tape libraries and virtual tape libraries to deduplicating disk arrays, integrated backup appliances and the cloud.
This guide will explore tape backup opportunities and how to prevent tape backup disasters. Download to learn why tape is still a big part of backup operations and how, as a tape user, you can go about preventing future tape issues.