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  • Backup school: Lesson six

    Lesson six of SearchStorage.com's Backup School is designed to help you cope with hardware loss. This lesson looks into RAID levels and how to set up an effective RAID system. Professor Dorian Cougias also covers the ins and outs of storage area netw... 

  • Backup school: Lesson four

    Databases like Oracle and SQL Server are mission critical to any organization. They are also the biggest data hogs and very tough to backup and restore. In Lesson four of SearchStorage.com's " Backup School" professor Dorian Cougias dissects the anat... 

  • Creating a centralized, mirrored backup enviornment

    Storage hardware expert Brendan Reilly offers advice on creating a centralized, mirrored backup enviornment. 

  • The critical link in mirroring

    It's important it is keep the lines of communication open. The same is true for data mirroring. This tip explains why it's crucial to analyze the quality of your lines. 

  • It's always better to mirror disks first

     

  • Implementing an active/active data center

     

  • Part two: Should you abandon DDS for AIT?

    In Part 1 of "Should you abandon DDS for AIT?" we looked at five factors that need to be considered when looking at DDS vs. AIT. Those were: total storage c... 

  • Implementing LAN-free backup

     

  • Chapter download: Replication

    This free chapter download from "The Backup Book" covers replication. Here you'll find hints on basic file replication, synchronous vs. asynchronous transfer and much more. 

  • Runaway recall in Remote Storage

    Remote Storage is one of Windows 2000 Server's more useful features but is incompatible with some important programs, notably anti-virus, backup and search programs. Find out why.