Category Archive For: Backup

Hyper-converged platform

Strategies for choosing the best hyper-converged platform

As you already know from our previous articles, hyperconvergence is an infrastructure framework that enables using a single appliance that integrates key data center components: storage, networking, virtualization and compute. ...

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ODPS

Open-E JovianDSS Off-site Data Protection – how to store, protect and recover your data

In computing, off-site data protection, or vaulting, is the strategy of sending critical data out of the main location (off the main site) as part of a disaster recovery plan. ...

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Open-E JovianDSS videos

Video tutorials: Open-E JovianDSS solutions explained (part 2)

Open-E is pleased to invite you to watch our recently recorded webinars containing plenty of useful information about the ZFS-based Open-E JovianDSS Software Defined Storage. Open-E webinar sessions are designed to ...

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Check_MK

Monitoring Open-E DSS V7 and Open-E JovianDSS with Checkmk

NOTE: This article and included resources may contain a name of a product formerly known as Check_MK. Currently, the product name has been changed to Checkmk. Checkmk is now included ...

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Open-E JovianDSS up12

Open-E JovianDSS update 12

Open-E released another major update for its software-defined storage solution: Open-E JovianDSS update12, now available on our website. The main feature of this update is the Off-site Data Protection Service (ODPS). ...

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D2D2T

D2D2T: a disk-to-disk-to-tape backup strategy

A look at the modern data storage industry can make your head spin. From a variety of hard drives, efficient disk arrays, magnetic tapes, conventional or emulated tape libraries to ...

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Criteria for selecting files when performing full, incremental and differential backup

A fundamental function of backup and restore software is the ability to copy data from one place to another. No matter if the backup data are stored on volumes, files, ...

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Diary of an admin: Backup and Data Replication

Replication, as a way of creating an exact data copy between the source storage location and the target location, is often erroneously put into one bag with backup. Despite of ...

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RAID is no backup

Why RAID is not a backup

Today I would like to discuss the topic of RAID – more specifically backup issues. In the blog post title I proposed a daring thesis which I would like to ...

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Open-E slogans

In a nutshell: Data (File) Replication, Snapshots and Backup

The capacity of storage systems grows all the time, providing more space and longer retention time for all sorts of data, produced and processed by business. Accumulating data brings questions ...

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