Get More Out of Your SAN with IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
An IBM Redbooks publication
Note: This is publication is now archived. For reference only.
Storage Area Networks (SANs) have changed the way that data is moved, stored, and managed, allowing you to access your data faster and more efficiently. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager allows you to exploit your SAN infrastructure to potentially provide increased performance, greater flexibility in configurations, and more efficient use of your hardware resources.
This IBM Redbooks publication describes the features of Tivoli Storage Manager, which can be deployed in a SAN. These features include LAN-free backup to tape and disk, tape library sharing, and server-free backup. It also discusses how to use Tivoli Storage Manager with other applications and hardware, such as STK libraries, mySAP, and IBM TotalStorage SAN File System.
The emphasis of this information is on showing what can be done, why to do it, and how to do it.
This book is written for people who are working for IBM, our clients, vendors, and consulting organizations and who want to understand how Tivoli Storage Manager fits into and enhances a SAN environment, as well as for those wanting detailed assistance in implementing Tivoli Storage Manager using SAN-attached storage.
Chapter 1. Introduction to SANs and IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
Chapter 2. Tape library sharing planning
Chapter 3. SCSI tape library sharing
Chapter 4. IBM 3494 tape library sharing
Chapter 5. Library sharing with the ACSLS Manager
Chapter 6. Planning for LAN-free
Chapter 7. LAN-free backup to tape
Chapter 8. LAN-free backup to disk
Chapter 9. Tivoli Storage Manager SAN Discovery
Chapter 10. Server-free data movement
Chapter 11. Tivoli Storage Manager for Hardware - Data Protection for ESS for mySAP
Chapter 12. Backing up SAN File System with Tivoli Storage Manager
Chapter 13. General troubleshooting
Appendix A. Understanding TCP/IP ports for LAN-free in Tivoli Storage Manager