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Availability and the Always-on Enterprise: Why Backup is Dead

Nick Cavalancia, Founder & Chief Techvangelist, Techvangelism

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Published: December, 2015

The Availability concept was not a reality until just recently. Making a data set backup copy and storing it on tape or disk used to be enough to make you feel protected. Data sets and applications were much less complex in the past, and several hours, or much longer, of recovery time was considered to be totally acceptable.

The stakes are much higher these days, especially when comes to applications, service expectations and the pressure to enable Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™. Organizations can no longer afford to rely on antiquated protection technologies and methods.

Is it finally time for organizations to get rid of old-fashioned backup concepts? Read this white paper to:

  1. Find out exactly where backups are failing today’s enterprise.
  2. Define the gap that exists between your organization’s Availability needs and the IT department’s backup capabilities.
  3. Learn how to meet your company’s Always-On demand for Availability.

The Availability concept was not a reality until just recently. Making a data set backup copy and storing it on tape or disk used to be enough to make you feel protected. Data sets and applications were much less complex in the past, and several hours, or much longer, of recovery time was considered to be totally acceptable.

The stakes are much higher these days, especially when comes to applications, service expectations and the pressure to enable Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™. Organizations can no longer afford to rely on antiquated protection technologies and methods.

Is it finally time for organizations to get rid of old-fashioned backup concepts? Read this white paper to:

  1. Find out exactly where backups are failing today’s enterprise.
  2. Define the gap that exists between your organization’s Availability needs and the IT department’s backup capabilities.
  3. Learn how to meet your company’s Always-On demand for Availability.
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