What are the best ways to backup SAN? Do you have any recommendations for efficient, secure options?
I have some good experience supplying Arcserve. The SAN Option enables Arcserve Backup servers to share one or more tape libraries by creating a virtual ring. Any backup or restore jobs on a server that has the option installed to run as local jobs. This is achieved with Arcserve UDP Premium. I'd be happy to arrange a demo with no obligation.
There are many ways to BAckup SAN, its all depend on your company policy and industry best practice you follow.
1) Image copies
2) Disk-to-disk backups
3) Serverless backups
4) LAN-less backups
My recommendation is Cloudberry MSP360 because of the following features.
What do you mean? Do you speak about switches backup or about Luns?
For SAN Storage backup; for e.g HP MSA/P2000/HPE NIMBLE, Synology:-
Based on my past experience, Veeam and BackupEXE are two backup application software mainly used by my customers and to date, they have not encountered any major issues while performing restoration drill.
In my view Atempo Time Navigator is the best and easy solution for SAN Backup. Most of the people might not heard about Atempo but it is a more then 20 years old company. Being as a French company they are not believe in advertising, As the product has enterprise capabilities.
The Storage Area Network (SAN) is an architecture, which aims at sharing storage resources, such as disks, drives, libraries, between several servers using a dedicated sub-network. Today SAN’s are usually built on fiber channel technology although iSCSI is becoming more and more prevalent.
Backup consists of keeping critical data safe. As such, it must be part of operational tasks using the infrastructure and tools for total network management. To achieve this, Time Navigator is capable of:
I'm looking for a piece of advice. Does anyone have experience on how to "backup" Isilon (Dell EMC PowerScale (Isilon)) content with Veeam Backup & Replication or an alternative tool?
I am researching Backup and Recovery software. I am interested in Acronis. How does it compare to VEEAM and Azure?