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Published: 20 Oct 2012

Host-based data migration products are the best choice for moving mission-critical data. While there are only a few products in this category, they vary significantly. The days are numbered for the old ways of migrating data. Array-based options and native operating system utilities are no longer sufficient for migrating data for always-on mission-critical applications. As the amount of data that needs to move increases, so does the time and complexity associated with planning and executing the migration. Host-level data migration products automate, centralize and simplify data migrations, while ensuring the integrity of the moved data and that the application remains live. (This is the first of a three-part series on data migration products. The second article will focus on file system-based data migration products.) Host-level data migration products allow users to: Migrate data between internal and external storage disk devices Migrate data between different brands and types of storage arrays Allow applications to operate continuously during migration ... Access >>>

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