Table of Contents
With the emphasis rapidly shifting from backup to restore, CDP-whether “periodic” or “constant”-can meet your RTO and RPO goals.
An analysis of continuous data protection explains what it is, how it works, why you need it, and what’s available.
Information life-cycle management is a process that involves capturing, classifying, storing, protecting, accessing, and destroying information.
Take steps to radically reduce the amount of data you have to lug around.
News Analysis Trends
There is a growing debate over a new way to build SANs using Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) as a fabric interconnect.
Rainfinity buy provides NAS virtualization
Resells MS DPM for ‘near CDP’
IBM recently made its first foray into the continuous data protection (CDP) market with the release of IBM Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files software, which was known as VitalFile in the beta program.
Aiming to ease the management burden of embattled Windows administrators, Symantec launched a pair of backup-and-recovery products and for the first time entered the world of continuous data protection (CDP).
Snia On Storage
The Storage Networking Industry Association’s IP Storage Forum provides a market overview, with a focus on iSCSI-based IP SANs.
NAS virtualization is an emerging technology that can solve the major problems that users have identified with complex NAS environments.
The NBA’s new IT infrastructure relies on NAS and custom software, with plans to move to a SAN and shared file system.
Laura Hunter, senior IT specialist at the Student Financial Services office of the University of Pennsylvania, realized she had a problem the minute she saw the fire trucks outside her downtown Philadelphia office.
MPC’s DataFRAME 420, with software from LeftHand Networks, unifies Fibre Channel and iSCSI SAN technologies, eliminates single points of failure, and creates a single point of management.
As you read this, we’re probably sweating it out in Orlando at the semi-annual Storage Networking World extravaganza.