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8 days ago
Sybase ASE has built-in support with IBM Spectrum Protect. Another way is to use SPFS (a file system for Spectrum Protect); where you can mount the IBM Spectrum Protect storage as a filesystem/mount point or drive letter on your server, and in this way have full control of…
8 days ago
It is possible to do it with most types of backup solutions, such as IBM Spectrum Protect. But it requires a full scan to detect changed files. The changed files will be the only part that will be sent to the IBM Spectrum Protect storage, using its progressive incremental…
About 1 year ago
Have you seen the SPFS solution? SPFS is a filesystem for Spectrum Protect, making it possible to mount the storage pool data as a filesystem directly on the servers, and in that way protecting almost any data with Spectrum Protect.…
About 1 year ago
Have you seen the SPFS solution? SPFS is a filesystem for Spectrum Protect, making it possible to mount the storage pool data as a filesystem directly on the servers, and in that way protecting almost any data with Spectrum Protect.…
About 1 year ago
Have you seen the SPFS solution? SPFS is a filesystem for Spectrum Protect, making it possible to mount the storage pool data as a filesystem directly on the servers, and in that way protecting almost any data with Spectrum Protect.…
About 1 year ago
Have you seen the SPFS solution? SPFS is a filesystem for Spectrum Protect, making it possible to mount the storage pool data as a filesystem directly on the servers, and in that way protecting almost any data with Spectrum Protect.…
About 1 year ago
Have you seen the SPFS solution? SPFS is a filesystem for Spectrum Protect, making it possible to mount the storage pool data as a filesystem directly on the servers, and in that way protecting almost any data with Spectrum Protect.…
About 1 year ago
Have you seen the SPFS solution? SPFS is a filesystem for Spectrum Protect, making it possible to mount the storage pool data as a filesystem directly on the servers, and in that way protecting almost any data with Spectrum Protect.…
About 1 year ago
@PaulLemmons Yes, backing up data smart does not mean that one can restore it smart. Eg a VM image backup includes more data than needed, and it might be problematic to find and restore an individual object (file). mixing different architectures is also something to…
About 1 year ago
@Raul Garcia If RTO also correctly includes the time between when the incident happened and when everything is recovered. Some miss the time between "when it really happened", and instead start counting from when someone executes the restoration. Also a lot of people and…
About 1 year ago
@Thang Le Toan (Victory Lee) look at progressive incremental forever techniques. Philosophy: Why backing up data again if the data has not been changed? The fastest way to backup data is to not back it up (again). Excluding content is also something to check Progressive…
About 1 year ago
It is possible to protect almost any data with Spectrum Protect. Using SPFS https://www-356.ibm.com/partnerworld/gsd/solutiondetails.do?&solution=56435&lc=en
About 1 year ago
There are several things to consider. The abilities to have flexibilities to fulfill requirements - Recovery Time Objectives (RTO, how to fulfill different requirements that the business has to restore data that meet the requirements of "how long time can the business live…
About 1 year ago
If you want an opensource application than there are severals, Amanda for instance. If you want a backup software that has wide support, then Spectrum Protect is my best advice. Progressive incremental forever (always incremental backups). Philosophy: Why backing up data…