The 3-2-1 Rule is a timeless rule that effectively addresses every failure scenario.
This rule answers two very important questions: How many backup files should I have and where should I store them.
Every admin and manager in charge of ensuring data availability for an enterprise should live by the 3-2-1 Rule, which suggests that a business maintains three copies of data, on two different media and store one copy in a remote location.
In this session, we will identify a number of possibilities you have to guarantee availability for your data center and how following the rules will help ensure you experience zero errors during recovery.
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