Trends in Data Protection and Restoration Technologies

Jason Iehl, Senior Data Protection Solutions Architect, NetApp
Many disk technologies, both old and new, are being used to augment tried and true backup and data protection methodologies to deliver better information and application restoration performance. These technologies work in parallel with the existing backup paradigm,

This session will discuss many of these technologies in detail. Important considerations of data protection include performance, scale, regulatory compliance, recovery objectives and cost. Technologies include contemporary backup, disk based backups, snapshots, continuous data protection and capacity optimized storage.

Detail of these technologies interoperate will be provided as well as best practices recommendations for deployment in today's heterogeneous data centers.
Jul 30 2009
45 mins
Trends in Data Protection and Restoration Technologies
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