Data Protection for Virtual Data Centers
By Jason Buffington
Publisher: Wiley / Sybex
Released: July 2010
Pages: 600

Ensure the resiliency of your company's IT assets

Protect your data better, gain higher availability, and stay within your budget with this practical guide that covers data centers of all sizes. Focusing on Windows server environments, it explores a range of "good, better, best" options and presents best practices for backup, availability, disaster recovery, and business continuity.

Learn how to build a plan based on how you want to recover data—instead of how you want to protect it—and discover a wide range of technologies that you may already have to help you achieve your protection, availability, and recovery goals.

  • Review all types of data protection, and weigh RPO/RTO versus ROI/TCO

  • Explore availability technologies—application, clustering, and file replication—and protection technologies—disk-based, tape-based, and cloud-based

  • Learn best practices per workload, and across your environment as a whole

  • Find out what System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 brings to the table for protecting everything from Windows Clients to Hyper-V

  • Make advanced topics simple and achievable, including Windows file services and failover clustering, Exchange 2007/2010 replication, SQL database mirroring, and systems management and monitoring

  • Discover how data protection and virtualization can be better together, from host-based backups to Hyper-V LiveMigration

  • Understand the impact of regulations like SOX, HIPAA, and CO-OP on your data protection and availability requirements

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