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Backup school: Lesson seven

Backup School: Lesson seven


Lesson seven of's "Backup School" explains replication and covers why it's important to know where data is coming from, how often it's moved and if the data transfer is synchronous or asynchronous.

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Why replication? Is replication worth it? Should you choose synchronous or asynchronous replication? Lesson seven of's "Backup School" explores the ins and outs of replication. Professor Dorian Cougias examines the pros and cons of each replication method and helps you understand why you may want to implement a replication solution.

What you'll walk away with:
** Easy to understand replication primer
** Breakdown of sync vs. asynch replication
** How replication can help restores
** The ability to ask Dorian your specific replication questions

Please join Dorian Cougias for this webcast right now. Also, follow along with class with this worksheet.

About Dorian Cougias:
Dorian Cougias is the founder and CEO of Network Frontiers, a company that focuses on disaster recovery, security, and IT infrastructure consulting, training, and books. His latest work is "The Backup Book: Disaster Recovery from Desktop to Data Center 3rd Ed."

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This was first published in May 2004

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