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Matching Data Protection Capabilities to Data Availability Requirements

In this video, George Teixeira, CEO & President at DataCore Software, discusses how to take advantage of Software-defined Storage to protect data and meet specific
data availability requirements.

Building a Highly Available Data Infrastructure
“Regardless of whether you use a direct attached storage array, or a network-attached storage (NAS) appliances, or a storage area network (SAN) to host
your data, if this data infrastructure is not designed for high availability, then the data it stores is not highly available by extension, application
availability is at risk – regardless of server clustering.”

Matching Data Protection Capabilities to Data Availability Requirements

This white paper from the Data Management Institute paper outlines best practices for improving overall business application availability by building a
highly available data infrastructure. Read the full white paper at:
https://info.datacore.com/building-a-highly-available-data-infrastructure

The Unrealized Dream of Data Availability and What You Can Do About It
Join industry expert Jon Toigo, Chairman of the Data Management Institute, as he discusses the problem of data availability and what can be done to build a
highly available data infrastructure for your modern data center.

https://www.datacore.com/resources/webcasts.aspx?commid=157207

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