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"SANs for disaster recovery"
Join Christopher Poelker, co-author, Storage Area Networks for Dummies, for a lesson on how you can use your SAN for disaster recovery purposes. This lesson explores the most important things you need to consider when backing up and recovering data using a SAN.
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One of the main selling points for implementing a storage area network (SAN) are all of the disaster recovery features one provides. In this lesson, Christopher Poelker delineates considerations for building a basic disaster recovery plan. This lesson answers the questions: How much data do I need to copy? What can I afford to lose? How do latency and bandwidth play into faster backups and restores? Some other topics covered: recovery time vs. recovery point objectives; choosing a remote site and its components; and creating the final plan according to budget.
What you'll walk away with:
** In-depth knowledge of how to create an effective SAN DR plan
** Synchronous and Asynchronous data replication
** The importance of bandwidth, distance, and latency
** Designing a DR architecture
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About Christopher Poelker:
Christopher Poelker is a storage architect at Hitachi Data Systems. Prior to Hitachi, Chris was a lead storage architect/senior systems architect for Compaq Computer Inc. in New York. While at Compaq, Chris built the sales/service engagement model for Compaq StorageWorks, and trained most of the company's VAR's, Channel's and Compaq ES/PS contacts on StorageWorks. Chris' certifications include: MCSE, MCT (Microsoft Trainer), MASE (Compaq Master ASE Storage Architect), and A+ certified (PC Technician).
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