• The challenge of remote synchronous replication for DR

    Jon Toigo discusses the challenges associated with using remote synchronous replication for disaster recovery and some alternatives to this expensive approach.

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  • Toigo: How replication impacts disaster prep

    Organizations must take disaster prep more seriously to have a better chance of recovering their operations, said Jon Toigo of Toigo Partners International.

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  • OpenStack Swift object storage to add space-saving erasure coding

    OpenStack Swift developers announced plans to add erasure coding as a space-saving alternative to the replication model for data protection.

    Carol Sliwa1,120 pointsBadges:
  • Zerto Virtual Replication helps healthcare organization boost recovery

    Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic integrates Zerto Virtual Replication as part of comprehensive DR strategy, cuts failover and recovery times.

    gkranz475 pointsBadges:
  • Software-based replication techniques break hardware chains

    Hardware-based replication is a mature and effective technology, but software replication offers greater flexibility and more choice protecting data.

    CEvans165 pointsBadges:
  • Snapshot, replication change backup management and scheduling

    Snapshot, replication among storage tools are fueling a shift in how enterprises protect data. Data protection vendors are adding features that allow users to roll data back to specific points rather than just restoring from backups.

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  • Array-based replication, software replication keys in data protection

    Organizations improve their hardware and software replication to beef up backup and disaster recovery.

    Dave Raffo4,825 pointsBadges:
  • City relegates EMC Clariion to secondary storage

    The city of Cincinnati has bumped EMC's Clariion to secondary storage and made its HDS array its primary storage using storage replication software from Topio.

    JoMaitland2,165 pointsBadges:
  • New replication solutions needed for file growth explosion

    In Tony Asaro's latest Storage magazine column, learn how traditional backup and recovery approaches aren't going to be able to keep up with the pace of new file storage growth.

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  • Look closer at the granularity, flexibility of hypervisor replication

    Increasingly, storage services are moving to the hypervisor. One of the storage services that stands to gain the most is hypervisor replication.

    GCrump925 pointsBadges:

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