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Storage Management


Under this category you will find ressources about storage solutions and technologies and informations about tools that help you to manage and optimize your storage network.

Back-up / Recovery

Backup or the process of backing up refers to making copies of data or configuration so that these additional copies may be used to restore the original after a data loss even or a system failure. Backup purpose is to recover data as a reaction to data loss and also, ...

Enterprise Information Archiving (E-mail and files)

Businesses, government agencies and other organizations receive, generate and store enormous amounts of information which should be archived for many reasons. Preserving e-mail and related data for long periods is critical on a number of levels: to comply with legal ...

High Availability and Disaster Recovery

High Availability is the IT concept that offer to the users continuously access to the resources needed to do their tasks and to organizations the possibility to offer services to their customers without interruption. When a system is inaccessible ...

Replication

Data replication is the process of copying data for redundancy as it is written. For disaster recovery, data is replicated to a remote site to provide another copy outside of the data center. There are two types of replication - synchronous and asynchronous. While ...

Deduplication

Data deduplicationis a specialized technology that breaks data into segments, identifies the unique segments and store them only once for eliminating redundant data to improve storage utilization. Subsequent iterations of the data are replaced with a pointer to the original. In ...


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