This IDC Executive Brief discusses the cost and complexity challenges stemming from legacy backup infrastructure, as well as the cost drivers and best practices that IT managers need to consider when choosing a modern data protection solution.
Application availability is the name of the game for IT organisations. IDC research has determined that application downtime costs exceeding $100,000 per hour is the median, although that cost can run substantially higher for some organisations. Consequently, organisations are willing to invest considerable sums in availability solutions that avoid downtime and ensure smooth business operations.
A whitepaper by Riverbed that outlines the five warning signs that it’s time to rethink branch IT. It calls for organisations to embrace zero branch IT for greater data protection, better agility, maximum business continuity, optional performance, and lower TCO.
When markets are global, employees work around the clock and business is effectively always on, any interruption to application availability can quickly lead to lost revenue, lost productivity, lost brand value, and regulatory problems. Read on to learn how to deal with this type of existential threat.
Modern demands such as virtualization are driving changes in data protection strategies. Asia Online Publishing Group (AOPG) conducted an online survey completed by 150 IT professionals to get an insight into the Data Protection landscape across Asia Pacific. Read on to understand how your counterparts around the region are managing their data protection strategies.
Mobility has transformed the workplace. Laptops, smartphones and tablets not only enable an organization’s road warriors, but also create freedoms for all employees to stay connected whether at a conference, working from home, or even sitting in an airport terminal.
The IBM Critical Protection for the Crown Jewels whitepaper helps enterprises understand how IBM can help them identify and protect their most critical business information over the full data life cycle - from acquisition to disposal.
This Best Practices Guide for running VMware vCenter™ Site Recovery Manager™ (SRM) on Tintri VMstore™ systems is intended to assist Data Protection and Disaster Recovery (DR) Administrators, IT Administrators and Architects who are responsible for deploying and managing DR strategies within their virtual infrastructures powered by Tintri VMstore storage appliances. This guide focuses specifically on SRM 5.8 – and therefore all instructions and screenshots focus on the vSphere Web Client – although the Tintri Storage Replication Adapter (SRA) supports SRM 5.5 as well.
Tintri VMstore release 2.0 includes new advancements that extend Tintri's unique and powerful per-VM capabilities through Tintri ReplicateVM. ReplicateVM yields an unprecedented level of data protection for VMs, free of the complexities associated with traditionally structured storage systems. ReplicateVM updates occur in accordance with the creation of new snapshots for VMs protected by ReplicateVM.
Veeam Backup and Replication solution is designed for virtual machine DR. Tintri VMstores are designed from the ground-up for virtualization. These two solutions complement each other in terms of protecting a virtual data center. Tintri’s SnapVM, CloneVM, and ReplicateVM work hand-in-hand with Veeam’s Backup and Replication to provide a comprehensive data protection and disaster recovery solution to meet the needs of varied virtualized environments. Tintri’s ReplicateVM can also protect VMs and Veeam backup infrastructure VMs and repositories by replicating backup repository hosts to a separate Tintri VMstore efficiently.