Good backup and recovery strategies are key to the health of any organization. Medium- to very-large-scale systems administrators have to protect large amounts of critical data as well as design backup solutions that are scalable and optimized to meet changing conditions. Pro Data Backup and Recovery will cover some of the more common backup applications, such as Symantec NetBackup/BackupExec, EMC NetWorker, and CommVault, but the main discussion will focus on the implementation of 21st century architectures that allow the backup software to be a “commodity” item. The underlying architecture provides the framework for meeting the requirements of data protection for the organization.
This book covers new developments in data protection as well as the impact of single-instance storage upon backup infrastructures. It discusses the impact of backup and data replication, the often misapplied B2D and D2D strategies, and “tapeless” backup environments. Continuous data protection and remote replication strategies are also addressed as they are integrated within backup strategies―a very important topic today.
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Steven B. Nelson has been a systems administrator and engineer for over 15 years, covering operating systems from SVR3.2, Microsoft Windows, Red Hat Linux, HP-UX, and the many versions of Solaris. He has a background with scripting in KSH, SH, and Perl, as well as application development in C and Visual Basic. He was the lead backup and recovery engineer for Washington Mutual Bank, and is currently a regional technical consultant for EMC's Backup, Recovery and Archiving (BURA) practice, supporting five other local technical consultants, and covering over 100 Enterprise-level accounts. He has been published in SysAdmin magazine (Aug 1999), where he discussed aspects of Fibre Channel and its implementation. Steven currently holds a Brocade CFP and EMC Backup and Recovery Specialist certification, and various Unix operating system certifications.
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