Tag Archives: backups

Let’s define “backups”

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We all talk about backups. We all know we are supposed to have backups. But what are backups? Here’s my definition, from experience and talking to lots of y’all: Backups: Copying the data created and captured by applications and devices … Continue reading

It is October – time for a new topic in Backup.U

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It’s October, probably my favorite month of the year. My birthday kicks the month off, the weather starts to get cooler, and I love fall foods. Pumpkins NOM! 🙂 Also, it is time for a new topic in Backup.U. Last … Continue reading

Do you have to think about backups if you are “doing” big data or cloud?

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This is something I’ve started talking about quite a bit internally. How much of the old do we need to know/think about to do the new technologies? That’s one of the reasons I really liked this post by Mark Farley. … Continue reading

Symantec Vision Session: Dell Storage and Symantec enable the full benefits of server virtualization

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Note: these are my (mostly) unedited session notes. The session focused on backup best practices for virtualization. Other live blogs from VISION can be found here and here. 70-90% of backups are not restorable Backup windows are huge Virtualization makes … Continue reading

EMC Proven Professional Roundup Week Ending November 14, 2010

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Here are some of the highlights from the past week in the Proven  Professional Community: Miss a past issue of the Proven Professional Update? Not to worry! We’ve posted them in the Proven Professionals Only community! Access issues? The exam … Continue reading