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Vol. 4 No. 9 November 2005

The lowdown on replication appliances

Replication appliances can work across heterogeneous storage devices, but not all appliances are appropriate for every environment. With growing heterogeneous server and storage environments, some enterprises are finding that host- and storage array-based replication approaches no longer satisfy their requirements. A replication appliance may be the solution. Operating system- and storage array-agnostic, replication appliances give companies increased flexibility to address one-time and continuous data replication needs while allowing applications to continue processing without data loss or to recover with minimal downtime. Replication appliances Click here for a comprehensive list of replication appliances (PDF). Replication appliances allow administrators to: Deploy the appliance in their existing networked storage infrastructure Choose from a variety of replication options that best suit particular applications Replicate data between different brands and tiers of storage Replicate data locally or remotely to provide different...

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Features in this issue

  • Quality Awards: What are the best midrange arrays?

    Midrange array users are a generally satisfied group, according to the latest Diogenes Labs-Storage magazine Quality Awards survey. While all midrange array vendors fared quite well in this third installment of our awards program, the vendor that snared top honors might surprise some people.

  • Easing away from ESCON

    by  Alex Barrett

    ESCON, the protocol that pre-dated FICON as a systems-to-storage connection, is incompatible with the newer FICON-based systems. This tip looks at various ways you can tackle this dilemma.

  • Secure your backups

    The headlines tell the story: Lost tapes can jeopardize the confidentiality of personal information and cause public-relations woes for those companies charged with safeguarding that data. Encryption can solve the problem, but implementing tape encryption isn't so easy, as performance issues could impact backup windows.

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