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Business Challenges: $/IOPS and $/TB Continuous Availability Fault Tolerance Storage Performance Segregation of production, development and disaster recovery storage De-duplication of unstructured data Segregation of data between production site and disaster recovery site Continuous break fix of Distributed File Systems … Continue reading
Tagged Deduplication, defined, Failover cluster, file server, Hyper-v Cluster, scale-out, Software, storage, Storage Area Network, storage replication, Windows Server 2012 R2
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Not every organisation looses millions of dollar per second but some does. An organisation may not loose millions of dollar per second but consider customer service and reputation are number one priority. These type of business wants their workflow to … Continue reading
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The Metro Mirror and Global Mirror Copy Services features enable you to set up synchronous and asynchronous replication between two volumes between two separate IBM storage, so that updates are made by an application to one volume in one storage … Continue reading
Deduplication in Windows Server: Data deduplication involves finding and removing duplication within data without compromising its fidelity or integrity. The goal is to store more data in less space by segmenting files into small variable-sized chunks (32–128 KB), identifying duplicate … Continue reading
In most of the SMB customer, the nodes of the cluster that reside at their primary data center provide access to the clustered service or application, with failover occurring only between clustered nodes. However for an enterprise customer, failure of … Continue reading
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Tagged cluster network configuration, clustered shared storage configuration, EMC Recovery Point, Hyper-v Cluster, Hyper-v R2 SP1, Hyper-v replica broker, iSCSI configuration, iSCSI target, MSCS, MSCS Cluster, MSCS Clustering, multi-site cluster, SAN, Shared Disk, StarWind, steeleye datakeeper, Storage Live Migration, storage replication