When you hear Tivoli Storage Manager the first thing that typically comes to mind is data backup. But Tivoli Storage Manager is the premier storage management solution for mixed platform environments.
Businesses face a tidal wave of of information and data that seems to inctrease daily. The ability to successfully and efficiently manage information and data has become imperative. The Tivoli Storage Manager family of products help businesses successfully gain better control and efficiently manage the information tidal wave through significant enhancements in multiple facets of data protection.
Tivoli Storage Manager is a highly scalable and available data protection solution. It takes data protection scalability to the next level with a new relational database based on DB2 technology. Greater availability is delivered through enhancements such as online, automated database reorganization.
This new IBM Redbooks publication describes the evolving set of data-protection challenges and how capabilities in Tivoli Storage Manager V6.4 can best be used to address those challenges. It is not merely a description of new and changed functions in Tivoli Storage Manager, but rather a guide to use of it in an overall data protection solution..
Table of contents
Part 1. Today's environment and challenges
Chapter 1. Tivoli Storage Manager as a Data Protection Solution
Part 2. Overview of Tivoli Storage Manager family of products
Chapter 2. Tivoli Storage Manager and the family of products
Chapter 3. Data protection with Tivoli Storage Manager
Part 3. Solution to challenges using Tivoli Storage Manager
Chapter 4. Tivoli Storage Manager challenge matrix
Chapter 5. Tivoli Storage Manager server protection
Chapter 6. Tivoli Storage Manager scales to protect your business according to your needs
Chapter 7. Protecting your data with Tivoli Storage Manager
Appendix A. Practical approach to creating a Tivoli Storage Manager solution
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