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As organizations move toward virtualized datacenters, the storage systems they choose today must be able to handle hundreds, even thousands, of virtual machines and mixed workloads and support the business not only in the present but into the future.
Designing a storage environment to scale for both capacity and performance used to be somewhat mutually exclusive. Armed with new discoveries on data life cycle, storage vendors such as EMC are tackling this problem head-on.
Emerging trends have the potential to impact the network
To address the problems of tape, the optimal solution is to back up all data to disk onsite, replicate the backup data to disk offsite, and eliminate tape along with its associated drawbacks.
A number of questions should be asked before you acquire a disk-based backup system to avoid undesired outcomes. This paper will address some of the questions you need to ask vendors about their disk backup solution and support.
Traditional tape backup has been a low-cost method of protecting valuable data for years. However, tape can be cumbersome and time consuming, and can require a considerable amount of manual intervention to successfully perform regular backups.
Are you looking to understand how feasible the cloud really is to meet your specific requirements for backup and disaster recovery? Learn where the cloud is and is not a good fit.
This eBook is a "must read" if you are considering a move from tape backup to disk-based backup with deduplication. You may not be aware of the many considerations that need to be assessed.
This report looks at the trend to modernize backup and sheds light on strategies and lessons learned for eliminating legacy backup infrastructure problems and getting faster, more reliable backups and disaster recovery.
This fact-based paper takes a close look at how mid-sized businesses are facing the significant growth in unstructured data and how the requirement to manage, store and protect it is putting a huge drain on valuable money and resources.