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How to Backup a cPanel Website to Google Cloud Storage

This blog post is part of a multi-part series. Before reading this blog post, make sure you take a look at my previous post, How to Backup a cPanel Website. You might also want to look at How to Backup

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How to Backup a cPanel Website to Amazon S3

The latest version of cPanel backup has support for automatically backing up your website to multiple cloud providers. Before reading this blog post, make sure you take a look at my previous post, how to backup a cPanel website. Backing

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Why do Hyper-V Backups Waste Space?

There are too many traditional backup products trying to tackle a nontraditional backup problem. As a result, they continue to use some of the old world backup techniques in the very new world of IT. These techniques waste storage space,

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How to Backup a cPanel Website

cPanel is a web based hosting control panel used by many hosting providers. The program gives their customers a graphical interface from which they can control their portion of the Linux server. If you haven’t configured the backup of your

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Is RAID/Replication/Erasure Coding Backup?

One of the things that makes a backup person’s head spin around is when they hear someone say, “my data is on RAID, so I don’t need to back it up.” The same would be true of erasure coding and

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Amazon AWS re:Invent – Amazon Goes Snowmobiling

One of the biggest challenges facing an organization contemplating a move to the cloud is ingestion. How do you get all your data to the cloud in a timely manner? Sure you could replicate it, but if the organization’s data

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All-Flash for IOPS or Latency or Bandwidth

There is no doubt that all-flash arrays are fast. In fact, for many data centers the performance of an entry level all-flash array provides more IOPS performance than they will ever need. But the reality is most data centers are

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Webinar: Understanding IOPS, Bandwidth and Latency

When trying to measure storage performance, IT professionals often concentrate on IOPS. But IOPS may be the least valuable performance measurement statistic available. Most data centers can’t generate enough consistent IOPS for them to be a relevant way to compare

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Storage Challenges can Dunk Splunk Projects

Don’t get caught unaware of the storage challenges of your future Splunk project. If nothing else, at least be aware of the amount of storage that a Splunk project can generate and prepare yourself for the cost of acquiring and

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Migration – The Storage Refresh Killer

Data Dynamics Briefing Note At some point in a storage administrators tenure, they will have to navigate the organization through a storage refresh. Actually they may have to guide the organization through several of these refreshes. It is a huge

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