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Data Backup School: Lesson eight

Data Backup School: Lesson eight -- Setting up multiple backup servers

 


Why is it important to have multiple servers working for you? Restore. Lesson eight of SearchStorage.com's Data Backup School outlines how multiple servers are critical to quicker restores.

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Why do you need multiple backup servers? In a nutshell, faster restores. Using more than one backup server creates a simultaneous restore environment and allows for multiple backup windows. Lesson eight of SearchStorage.com's Data Backup School covers setting up and optimizing multiple backup servers, multipathing and remote management.

What you'll walk away with:
** The top three reasons why multiple backup servers are necessary.
** Logical ways of splitting backup load.
** A checklist approach to backing up.
** How multiplexing works, and why you need it.
** The ability to ask Dorian your specific backup questions.

Please join Dorian Cougias for this Lesson 8 webcast.

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.

***TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF PART 1 -- TAKE OUR QUIZ***
Once you've viewed lessons 1-4, test your skills by taking the Backup School Quiz.

***TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF PART 2 -- TAKE OUR QUIZ ***
Once you've viewed lessons 5 and 6, test your skills by taking the Backup School Quiz Part 2.

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This was first published in June 2007

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