Enterprise Systems Backup and Recovery: A Corporate Insurance Policy

  • 7h 19m
  • Preston de Guise
  • CRC Press
  • 2009

Within corporations, backup and recovery systems - when implemented properly-affect most every other system. Unfortunately, many companies tend to ignore the importance of backup and recovery, either accepting second-rate systems, or neglecting to maintain those that have been properly installed. This text assists organizations in developing better backup systems by pointing out common misperceptions, and providing much-needed knowledge. It examines critical components of backup systems including features and functionality, terminology and concepts, successful monitoring, performance improvement and relevant features. Additionally, the author stresses the critical need to involve most employees in the backup and recovery process.

In this Book

  • Introduction
  • Human and Technical Layers
  • Backup and Recovery Concepts
  • Backup
  • Documentation and Training
  • Performance Options, Analysis, and Tuning
  • Recovery
  • Protecting the Backup Environment
  • Problem Analysis
  • Backup Reporting
  • Choosing a Backup Product
  • Best Practices


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