For AIX IT departments looking to take the next step in data protection strategies, CDP is an essential consideration. Analysts agree that businesses will be incorporating this strategy in the next few years as part of an integrated solution. CDP enables you to reverse data corruption in a fraction of the time and labor required for recovery from tape.
This white paper provides a basic understanding of the building blocks of IT and business continuity—from understanding the concepts of disaster recovery and information availability to calculating the business impact of downtime and selecting the right software solution.
Downtime and data loss pose intolerable risks to every business today. From IT departments to the Board Room, managers have seen the importance of business uptime and data protection to continued success, productivity and profitability.
Until recently, System i high availability solutions were reserved mostly for large enterprises. Now that high availability is dramatically easier to use and less expensive to own and manage, the picture has changed.
The newest edition of this unique report is filled with survey findings from over 4,000 individuals responsible for the resilience and protection of AIX and IBM i (i5/OS) environments. Discover if and how your peers are meeting recovery-time and recovery-point objectives, disaster recovery plans and more.
Journaling? RAID? Vaulting? Mirroring? High availability? Know your data protection and recovery options! Download this information-packed 29-page report that reviews the spectrum of IBM i (i5/OS) and AIX resilience and recovery technologies and best practices choices, including the latest, next-generation solutions.
For IT departments looking to bring their AIX environments up to the next step in data protection, IBM’s PowerHA (HACMP) connects multiple servers to shared storage via clustering. This offers automatic recovery of applications and system resources if a failure occurs with the primary server.
It’s a fact: nearly 48 percent of first-time Disaster Recovery (DR) plan implementations fail due to inaccurate estimates of necessary resources. Due in large part to faulty methods of estimating resource requirements, such as analyzing logs generated by tape backup software, organizations come to conclusions that are drastically wrong.
Disaster recovery involves continuous data availability and much more. Companies that understand the key steps to ensuring smooth recovery from a disaster can choose solutions that meet today’s need and tomorrow’s. This white paper explains the five steps that are necessary to develop and implement a disaster recovery plan, and recommends tools, techniques and best practices to make your efforts a success.
Banking on DR: HeritageBank of the South’s Investment in Disaster Recovery Software Yields High Returns HeritageBank of the South is a community-oriented regional bank serving southwest Georgia and north central Florida. Founded in 1955, the company offers personal banking, commercial banking and investment services through eight full-service offices.
The AODA currently provides IT support and management for 32 remote offices serving approximately 1,000 end users. In a field dependent upon the highest standards of data integrity, protection and retention, it was critical for the AODA to implement the disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity solutions necessary for fulfillment of its objectives.
Published By: Unitrends
Published Date: Nov 03, 2010
When Yogi Berra said "The future ain't what it used to be" he could have been talking about backup rather than baseball. Despite enormous progress in backup technologies over the last decade, the"secondary" technology of backup as a whole has barely kept up when compared to the incredible gains in the "primary" technologies associated with computer and storage platforms
Will your disaster recovery plan work when the time comes? It's a hard determination for any organization to make. But in IBM's experience, the answer is often "no." Disaster recovery plans often fail because organization have based their recovery strategies on outdated assumptions. Read this white paper to learn seven common misconceptions about disaster recovery. You'll also discover how new technologies can help modernize disaster recovery efforts.
The necessity of building a disaster recovery model to ensure that services can be delivered nonstop with minimal data loss is not easy or inexpensive. Read this research report to learn how the cloud offers companies an alternative, allowing for rapid recovery and minimal data loss, and without the high costs.
In an around-the clock business world, you need nearly instantaneous failover and failback of your critical applications. Otherwise, you risk business losses and brand damage in the event of disruption or disaster. But how can you improve your existing disaster recovery operations? Read this brochure to learn how the power of cloud technologies can help you increase recovery speed, reliability and scalability
Are you considering in-house disaster recovery management? In the last five years, many companies have. But did you know that without the proper resources in place, managing disaster recovery yourself can put a strain on your budget, your staff and your disaster preparedness? Read this IBM-Forrester global study “The Risks of ‘Do It Yourself’ Disaster Recovery” to learn the critical components that make a disaster recovery strategy successful, and the key questions you need to ask before bringing disaster recovery in-house.
Disaster recovery has become a necessary component of organizations' IT plans, but that flat IT budget makes it harder and harder to protect critical business applications. Read this white paper to learn how cloud-based business resilience can provide cost-effective alternatives to traditional disaster recovery.
Zurich Insurance suffered a major flooding incident in 2011 that put their office out of commission for almost a month. The company invoked its disaster recovery plan and moved 120 staff to IBM’s Damastown Technology Campus. Read the case study to find out how planning and working with IBM helped Zurich Insurance cope with this serious incident.
Published By: Metalogix
Published Date: Mar 25, 2014
SharePoint presents many unique backup issues that are not addressed by general disaster recovery solutions. This whitepaper introduces the broad topic of disaster recovery (DR) and how its principles can be specifically applied to the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and 2013 platforms.
HP created and implemented a disaster recovery plan for BAT Italia, across data and desktop, to comply with the Group’s global standards. Read how the HP approach consolidated the existing server infrastructure and planned a new disaster recovery site. And ongoing, flexible support provides a quarterly review of processes and application and hardware refreshes, thus ensuring business continuity, for the first time, across the entire business.
Today’s complex, rapidly changing IT environments require dynamic continuity programs. Your peers are reassessing both the service provider model and the internal alternative for business continuity. It’s time to learn the ins and outs of enterprise-class cloud-based continuity. Examine how traditional IT operations can be recovered to the cloud. Explore the requirements of the disaster-recovery-as-a-service model. Understand the key issues to evaluate when considering a cloud-oriented approach to disaster recovery.
Published By: Raritan
Published Date: Apr 10, 2015
Raritan’s hybrid transfer switch offers surge protection, field replaceable fuses, and disaster recovery in case of a shorted load. They’re also energy efficient - consuming a mere 20W - and thereby produce less heat resulting in fewer issues during installation and day-to-day use.
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