Items Tagged: replication
Kashya Goes the Distance - Product Profile
Data protection technologies have basically remained unchanged for the last twenty years. For a variety of reasons, including what appears to be an unstoppable hunger for collecting more data, a 7×24×365 work environment and new uncertainties associated with the current geopolitical environment, data protection has taken on a more significant meaning than ever before.
Topio - Product Profile
Businesses entering the 21st century are facing renewed challenges to protect their data in the event of an infrastructure failure or an entire site outage. Driven by internal business requirements and external regulations, enterprises must now design and implement bulletproof disaster recovery plans.
Kashya KBX 5000 Data protection Appliance
We have seen several key advances in the past year in the technology category known as Continuous Data Technologies (CDT). Defined at the highest level, all CDT solutions enable very granular data capture and the subsequent presentation of application data across Any Point in Time (APIT). This new approach stands in sharp contrast to the historical Point in Time (PIT) based copy-creating technologies that have dominated the data center, including traditional snapshots.
Compellent Remote Instant Play
More than ever, businesses are facing massive challenges to both protect and move their data across multiple sites. Most critically, this challenge presents itself in the event of an infrastructure failure or an entire site outage. However, with the addition of multiple data center sites, expanding WAN investments, and increasingly heterogeneous and distributed computing infrastructures, moving production data between geographies has also become a hot-button issue.
EMC Replication Manager
Without any fanfare, data replicas have quietly become the lifeblood of enterprise storage infrastructures. In any given data center, a myriad of data replicas exist for every mission critical processes imaginable. For example, data protection, business continuity, testing, and environment upgrades now all depend entirely on sophisticated data replication technologies.
Normally, the unveiling of a new storage console would not get my full attention. But 3PAR's announcement today of its latest InForm Management Console (IMC) definitely did.
Dell Compellent: Fluid Storage for a Virtualized World
The enterprise datacenter was a very different place just a few years ago. Over the last decade, several macro trends have converged: rapid server consolidation enabled by virtualization, dramatic data proliferation and the rise of “big data,” solid-state drive technology advances, and an increasingly mobile and demanding workforce. In short, IT continues to consolidate, while business becomes more distributed. This tension drives the search for greater efficiency now at the heart of every IT decision. And no-where is this pressure felt more acutely than in the storage layer. Virtualized and consolidated work-loads create new types of storage I/O contention, which are costly to troubleshoot and repair. Storage costs continue to rise because capacity planning is harder in today’s dynamic business environment. Over time, performance limitations, wasted capacity, and complex operations eat into the bottom line and increase lifetime storage TCO. These realities drive the need for more intelligence in the storage layer. In this technology brief, we explore the ways in which Dell Compellent’s Storage Center is delivering such intelligence today.
IBM ProtecTIER for Outstanding Data Protection
Modern backup and recovery needs much robust business continuity (BC) and DR than garden variety approaches can provide. This is why IBM ProtecTIER with advanced replication is a vital piece of backup and recovery.
Sepaton S2100 and the Database Backup Challenge
SEPATON purpose-built the S2100 platform as the only backup appliance dedicated to managing and optimizing large database backup and recovery in enterprise environments. The SEPATON S2100 appliance serves large enterprise storage environments with high backup and recovery performance, replication, deduplication and scalable capacity. This enables enterprise IT to cost-effectively meet critical database SLAs with a single unified storage system.
Remote replication used to be just a one-to-one volume replication technology for offsite disaster recovery. But the technology has matured and can now be used throughout the data center for myriad tasks, including continuous data protection (CDP) and host failover support. In this podcast, Jeff Boles, senior analyst and director, validation services at Hopkinton, Mass.-based Taneja Group, describes remote replication's role in enterprise data storage, the many uses of the technology and available replication products.
SEPATON Cuts Cost and Complexity of Backing up Oracle & SQL Data by Becoming the First Vendor to Deliver Deduplication for Multi-streamed, Multiplexed Databases
AMI StorTrends already optimizes iSCSI primary storage for high performance over the LAN. Their iTX Data Storage Software optimizes data for fast transport over the WAN as well.
StorTrends yields DR savings from several different features including bandwidth, commodity purchase price, and SAS/SATA combinations.
Astute Networks™, Inc., the leading provider of performance storage appliances, today announced the expansion of the ViSX family of Performance Storage Appliances with enterprise-class data protection and a new MLC flash offering that will be particularly attractive to the small to medium enterprise (SME) and small-to-medium business (SMB) markets.