IBM System Storage Business Continuity: Part 2 Solutions Guide

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Published 08 March 2007, updated 09 June 2009

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ISBN-10: 0738489727
ISBN-13: 9780738489728
IBM Form #: SG24-6548-00
(534 pages)

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Authors: Charlotte Brooks, Clem Leung, Aslam Mirza, Curtis Neal, Yin Lei Qiu, John Sing, Francis TH Wong, Ian R Wright


This IBM Redbooks publication is a companion to IBM System Storage Business Continuity: Part 1 Planning Guide, SG24-6547 . We assume that the reader of this book has understood the concepts of Business Continuity planning described in that book.

In this book we explore IBM System Storage solutions for Business Continuity, within the three segments of Continuous Availability, Rapid Recovery, and Backup and Restore. We position these solutions within the Business Continuity tiers.

We describe, in general, the solutions available in each segment, then present some more detail on many of the products. In each case, the reader is pointed to sources of more information.

Table of contents

Part 1. Business Continuity solution offerings and solution segments
Chapter 1. Three Business Continuity solution segments defined
Chapter 2. Continuous availability
Chapter 3. Rapid Data Recovery
Chapter 4. Backup and Restore
Part 2. Business Continuity component and product overview
Chapter 5. Overview of IBM System Storage Resiliency Portfolio
Chapter 6. Storage networking for IT Business Continuity
Chapter 7. IBM System Storage DS6000, DS8000, and ESS
Chapter 8. The IBM System Storage DS4000
Chapter 9. IBM System Storage N series
Chapter 10. DS300 and DS400
Chapter 11. Storage virtualization products
Chapter 12. Storage management software
Chapter 13. Tape and Business Continuity
Appendix A. System Storage resources and support
Appendix B. IBM System Storage Copy Services function comparison
Appendix C. Additional material

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