DS8870 Data Migration Techniques

An IBM Redbooks publication


Abstract

This IBM® Redbooks® publication describes data migrations between IBM DS8000® storage systems, where in most cases one or more older DS8000 models are being replaced by the newer DS8870 model. Most of the migration methods are based on the DS8000 Copy Services.

The book includes considerations for solutions such as IBM Tivoli® Productivity Center for Replication and the IBM Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex™ (GDPS®) used in IBM z/OS® environments. Both offerings are primarily designed to enable a disaster recovery using DS8000 Copy Services. In most data migration cases, Tivoli Productivity Center for Replication or GDPS will not directly provide functions for the data migration itself. However, this book explains how to bring the new migrated environment back into the control of GDPS or Tivoli Productivity Center for Replication.

In addition to the Copy Services based migrations, the book also covers host-based mirroring techniques, using IBM Transparent Data Migration Facility (TDMF®) for z/OS and the z/OS Dataset Mobility Facility (zDMF).

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introducing disk data migration
Part 1. Copy Services based Migration Scenarios
Chapter 2. Copy Services based data migrations
Chapter 3. Data Migration with no pre-existing copy services replication
Chapter 4. Data Migration with 2-site Metro Mirror replication
Chapter 5. Data Migration with 3-site Metro Mirror replication
Chapter 6. Data Migration with 2-site Global Mirror replication
Chapter 7. Data Migration with Metro/Global Mirror replication
Chapter 8. Data Migration with 2-site z/OS Global Mirror replication
Chapter 9. Data Migration with GDPS/Metro and z/Global Mirror replication
Part 2. z/OS based Migration Scenarios
Chapter 10. Using TDMF z/OS
Chapter 11. z/OS Dataset Mobility Facility




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Publish Date
30 April 2015


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ISBN-10
0738440604

ISBN-13
9780738440606

IBM Form Number
SG24-8257-00

Number of pages
332