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The answer is almost! Even the smallest business, if relying on IT systems for critical operations like sales, production, industrial control system, tax processing or electronic receipt, some kind of DR capability should be in place. Depending on ...
Article by RAPHAEL F CARVALHO | 20 Jun 2014 | 0 comments
Sempre que falamos sobre alta disponibilidade, nos vem à cabeça redundância e DR. Particularmente, sempre que vou em um cliente, e desenhamos uma solução em conjunto, ao perguntar sobre RTO e RPO, temos uma pausa. Como ter um RTO e RPO consistente, ...
Article by MMartini | 12 Mar 2014 | 1 comment
As a Disaster Recovery and High-Availability Consultant, I've participated in several disaster recovery exercises, for different customers in different industries, most of them large financial institutions, that are severely regulated here in Brazil ...
Article by RAPHAEL F CARVALHO | 16 Dec 2013 | 0 comments
  When evaluating a solution for high availability and disaster recovery, one should start with a few basic criteria.  Here are four. Principle #1:  An HA/DR solution should be simple. In the middle of the chaos of a disaster or outage, ...
Article by bruceparker | 14 May 2013 | 0 comments
Storage Foundation Cluster File System (CFS) provides several advantages over a traditional file system  when running in a VMware guest OS.  The primary benefit is that multiple virtual servers (up to 64) using CFS can simultaneously access data residing ...
Article by ccarrero | 11 Feb 2013 | 5 comments
The Storage Foundation High Availability Product Management team is pleased to announce the upcoming  SFHA 6.1 Beta Program .  SFHA 6.1 is focused on I/O Optimization, reduction of infrastructure, and unparalleled availability of mission critical ...
Article by AHerr | 08 Feb 2013 | 1 comment
One of the new features that has been introduced within Storage Foundation Cluster File System HA 6.0.1 is I/O Shipping. This new feature improves resiliency across Cluster File System nodes reducing downtime and improving resiliency. I/O Shipping is ...
Article by ccarrero | 28 Jan 2013 | 6 comments
I have faced Replication in Passthru mode twice, Once it happened at one of our client and then I faced it at my Internal office. Firstly I read in detail what is the root cause of replication to enter into Passthru mode. This is the summary of why ...
Article by Faisal Saleem | 08 Jan 2013 | 0 comments
Typically any storage device is accessed using a specific protocol (IDE/SCSI) device driver. The device driver deals with mechanisms to access the device and sending commands to it using the transport mechanism provided by the underlying transport or ...
Article by Hari Krishna Vemuri | 24 Sep 2012 | 0 comments
  There are quite a few disk group types and some are similarly named between UNIX and Windows, but have different meaning, so this article aims to clarify the different types which are as follows: Root/Boot disk group (rootdg) in UNIX is an ...
Article by mikebounds | 30 Aug 2012 | 1 comment