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Many organizations are recognizing that onboarding is more than just processing paperwork and completing the checklist for a new hire to start. Onboarding involves making sure...
Since Human Resources (HR) departments want to hire quality candidates, they have no room for error during job interviews. What can Human Resources do to increase the chance of...
Learn options and strategies, including how continuous data protection (CDP) technology makes any point-in-time recovery possible and how EchoStream technology has significantly improved the recovery time and data recovery points for AIX.
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.
Quantum developed the Scalar tape libraries with integrated iLayer management software that gives our tape libraries disk-like management features to boost backup reliability, reduce service calls, speed up issue resolution, and lower users’ operating expenses.
IT organizations of all sizes contend with a growing data footprint with more data to manage, protect and preserve for longer periods of time. Long-term data retention requires a combination of ultra-low cost, good performance during storage and retrieval, and reduced footprint in terms of power, cooling, floor-space and economics.
This technology brief provides 5 topics to think about as you design your long-term data retention plans.
Clipper Group's Analyst, David Reine, reviews the role of tape in a modern data center and the importance of LTO-5 technology. He also discusses the advantages of the Scalar i6000 tape library, iLayer technology as well as iLayer MeDIA (Media Data Integrity Analysis) – an exclusive Quantum feature.
For years, tape storage systems have played a key role in efforts to store data for backup and retrieval, archiving, and contingency planning purposes. More recently, tape has been called on to help preserve and safeguard data to meet data retention laws and regulations.
This document provides guidance on how to design and architect a scalable Microsoft applications mixed workload solution on highly available VMware vSphere 4 virtual infrastructure and NetApp unified storage. It highlights the flexibility of leveraging either a Fibre Channel (FC) protocol-based storage solutions or IP-based solutions (that is, iSCSI and NFS) for hosting virtual machines, and also describes the NetApp backup and recovery solution for the Microsoft applications.
NetApp best practices cover important new features of Microsoft® HyperV™ as well as lessons learned from numerous deployments. Learn how to configure networks, set appropriate iGroups and LUN types, avoid alignment problems, and configure CSVs.
This report examines the impact that virtualization has on data protection and disaster recovery and the need for highly virtualized servers and storage within this context. It outlines the factors you should consider as you evaluate and implement data protection solutions in your virtual environment.