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SlideShare: 2018 Disaster Recovery Checklist – 5 Key Areas to Improve

Is your organization ready for any disaster 2018 may throw at it? Organizations not only face new threats they also encounter decreased tolerance for downtime from users. The good news is there are plenty of new solutions that claim to

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Software-Only HA and DR for Linux – LINBIT Briefing Note

Linux is the dominant operating system of most cloud providers, and many enterprises have mission-critical applications that run on Linux. The applications running in these environments can be on bare metal systems, or virtual machines as well as containers. All

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SlideShare: The Best VMware Public Cloud Backup & DR Options

5 Requirements for True Cloud Based VMware Backup & Disaster Recovery Watch On Demand Managing data center infrastructure can be costly and complex. VMware continues to push the envelope of infrastructure efficiency through virtualization that enables customers to deploy infrastructure

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Are Hybrid Arrays the New Secondary Storage

Before all-flash hybrid arrays existed, systems made up of flash, and high performance hard disk drives were the go-to option for organizations looking to solve performance problems. However, hybrid systems’ dominance was short lived as all-flash arrays came to market

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Can Cloud Backup Reduce Backup Storage Costs?

One of the most expensive aspects of data protection is the cost of the storage that holds all of the copies of data. Backup storage capacity can be 10X or more the capacity of primary storage. Backup storage has a

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What is Next in Backup and Recovery? – NAKIVO Briefing Note

Data protection has changed. Most data centers are heavily virtualized, and are using more than just VMware as their hypervisor. Organizations are also well down the path of moving workloads to the cloud, most notably into Amazon EC2. Expectations of

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Disaster Recovery Planning – How to Get from Good To Great

A “great” DR plan is one that addresses one of the biggest concerns that organizations have over the disaster recovery process. “Will it work?” Getting a copy of data to the cloud is the beginning of a great DR plan

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