White Papers by Topic: Data management

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Rapid AIX Data Recovery for Credit Unions

Continuous member service is an important deliverable for credit unions, and. the continued growth in assets and members means that the impact of downtime is affecting a larger base and is therefore potentially much more costly. Learn how new data protection and recovery technologies are making a huge impact on downtime for credit unions that depend on AIX-hosted applications.

High Availability in an SAP Environment

Due to its integration into every aspect of your business, any lack of availability of your SAP® application, or its underlying data, represents a serious threat to your ability to deliver your products and services to your customers. Learn the unique issues related to High Availability and Disaster Recovery in your SAP environment.

Healthcare IT Managers: Protecting AIX Environments

The ability to deliver and assure optimum availability to clinical systems and data is critical to the success of healthcare organizations. As providers become increasingly dependent on electronic medical records and medical delivery technologies, they must keep those applications, databases and networks available and accessible-no matter what. This white paper shows how information availability solutions ensure the availability and accessibility of AIX data and applications, regardless of planned or unplanned interruptions.

The State of Resilience on IBM Power Systems

This report includes the input of over 4,000 companies surveyed during 2009 that run AIX and IBM i (i5/OS) environments. The survey focuses on data protection and recovery technologies/strategies as well as migration plans to new IBM Power System servers. Learn how your peers are striking the balance between the often conflicting priorities of IT availability, system performance, service level agreements, IT staffing and budgets.

The Benefits of AIX Data Replication in HACMP Clusters

For IT departments looking to bring their AIX environments up to the next step in data protection, IBM's PowerHA (HACMP) connects multiple servers to shared storage via clustering. This offers automatic recovery of applications and system resources if a failure occurs with the primary server. But clustering only makes the server resilient, not the data storage. That is where real-time replication of the data store is essential. Learn all about how AIX data replication works and how it benefits HACMP clusters.

Next-Generation Disaster Recovery

This information packed 29-page report reviews the technology spectrum of resilience and recovery solutions available for IBM i (i5/OS) and AIX environments running on IBM Power Systems, including the latest, next-generation solutions. The goal of the paper is to help prepare IT professionals to better evaluate and adopt appropriate AIX and IBM i technologies for disaster recovery.

New Storage Buying Criteria for Shared Virtual Infrastructure

You can't make the best storage decisions for your business if you're not asking the right questions. This new RFP template makes it easy. It reflects today's IT reality and includes the key criteria to consider so you can position your organization for the future.

Changing the Way You Purchase Storage

Most organizations are still buying storage based on outmoded ways of thinking. Find out why it's time to modernize your approach and the key criteria you need to consider before making your next IT investment.

Taking the Pain Out of Data Protection, Recovery and Restore

This whitepaper by Marc Staimer, Dragon Slayer Consulting, reviews urgent issues facing organizations such as the inability to recover and restore data when required and mounting financial and legal risks. It also covers an on-demand approach that instantly and cost-effectively solves these issues.

E-Mail Servers and Virtualization

Learn how virtualizing production e-mail servers can lower costs, improve management, and offer better resiliency to meet the business and technical needs of your organization.

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