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Now that we have a good understanding of the various types of backup hardware available, it s time to examine some real-world solutions. There are many companies that market tape backup hardware and software. Table 5-8 lists a number of them and describes the types of products offered by each. You should verify this information before making any purchasing decisions, because product specifications and capabilities may change.
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Company ADIC ATL Products Benchmark Tape Systems Castlewood Compaq StorageWorks Solutions Exabyte Hewlett-Packard Storage Solutions IBM
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Website www.adic.com www.atlp.com www.benchmarktape.com www.castlewood.com www.compaq.com/ products/storageworks www.exabyte.com www.hp.com/storage www.storage.ibm.com/ hardsoft/tape/ www.imation.com www.iomega.com www.onstream.com
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Products High-end, automated backup devices DLT equipment DLT drives and autoloaders Removable storage devices for PCs Medium- to high-end storage devices Medium- to high-end storage devices Medium- to high-end storage devices Medium- to high-end storage devices and accessories Storage devices and media Low-end backup devices for PCs Low- and midrange storage devices for PCs and servers Mid- to high-end storage devices and accessories
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Products Mid- to high-end storage devices and accessories Disk and tape storage devices for PCs and servers Medium- to high-end storage devices Storage solutions for PCs and servers Reconditioned storage devices Removable storage devices for PCs Medium- to high-end storage devices
Seagate Technology Sony Storage Solutions StorageNow SyQuest Tandberg Data
www.seagate.com ccpgprod.sel.sony.com/ ccpg/ccpg_eu_main www.storagenow.com www.syquest.com www.tandberg.com
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Vendors of Third-Party Tape Backup Hardware (continued)
Most vendor websites have white papers and technical explanations of the advantages of various solutions. Be sure that you understand the technical issues when evaluating their claims. For example, some vendors may claim overall higher capacities or throughput, but make sure that they re using reasonable estimates for data compression and real-world devices. A controller that can handle up to 80MB/sec data throughput will not buy you much if you are connected to a single tape backup device that can sustain only a fraction of that speed. Also, burst speeds are often quoted, but in the real world, these values may be of limited relevance. In any case, being an informed buyer will help you to avoid many potential surprises.
EVALUATING BACKUP SOFTWARE
Regardless of the hardware you select, you ll be working most closely with the backup software you choose to implement. Although the built-in utilities provided with Windows NT and Windows 2000 might be enough for smaller organizations, most businesses will probably choose to invest in products that offer more features and management flexibility. From the software console of a backup product, you ll be able to perform the majority of common functions that are required to implement and maintain your data
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protection plan. In this section, we ll cover some useful features and other considerations you should keep in mind when choosing backup software. In the next section, we ll look at some specific products that might work well for your business. First, let s start with a general list of criteria for considering backup software.
Software Features
There are several major software features that you should consider when evaluating backup-and-recovery software packages. Although most of the major platforms will include the same basic functions, there are some features that will make some platforms better or more appropriate for your business needs than others. When shopping for backup software, be sure to look for the following: w Centralized administration The software package should allow for the administration of multiple backup servers and devices from within a single interface. Furthermore, the administration tools should be available from remote workstations. For some environments, the presence of a web-based interface can be a great plus. Usability The application interface should be intuitive and easy to use while at the same time providing the power and flexibility required to get the job done. Tools such as a calendar interface for scheduling backup operations and a unified view of media catalogs can be time-savers and can reduce potentially serious organizational problems. Scalability The backup software you choose should be able to support any additional hardware you plan to use in the future and should contain modules that cover most of your backup needs. For example, if you re choosing a software package for local server backups, make sure that it supports the use of autoloaders, in case you need to upgrade in the future. Hardware support Before you choose to implement specific backup software, find out whether the application specifically supports your backup device. Most makers of backup software provide a hardware compatibility list that contains tested devices. Even if the devices you re using are not on the list, they may be supported through various standards. For example, most backup applications are able to access any devices that are supported by the Windows NT/2000 platform. In any case, make sure that the hardware and software you choose are compatible, before you implement any products. Pricing Does the product that you plan to purchase have a reasonable pricing model For example, if you plan to back up your networked client machines, are separate licenses required for each one, or is a network server license available One of the most common business constraints is budget, so you should do adequate research into pricing models to avoid paying much more money in the future. (We ll discuss licensing in detail later in this section.)
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