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March 8, 2010 | Volume 5 Issue 5

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS

TOP STORY: Protect Data During Migrations to Virtual Systems
FEATURED ARTICLE: Four Things You Should Know About Cache Battery
ADVERTORIAL: Product Review: *noMAX Architecture Fully Leverages IBM System i Remote Journaling Technology
MORE NEWS: IBM 2010 Global CFO Study Reveals Surprising Results
WHITE PAPER: Four Things You Should Know About Cache Battery
FORUM: iSeries Communication Standards Question

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Feature Article - System Administration
 
Protect Data During Migrations to Virtual Systems

Migrating to a virtual system to consolidate servers can be a time-consuming, labor-intensive job that places your data at risk, but it doesn't have to be.

henry_martinezWritten by Henry Martinez

The benefits of using virtual systems to consolidate physical hardware have been widely discussed and generally accepted. Server consolidation can reduce hardware costs, software-licensing fees, power consumption, HVAC costs, and the burden of server management and maintenance. In addition, a single physical server containing multiple virtual severs can be easier to secure than multiple physical systems.


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Advertorial - Maximum Availability
 
Product Review: *noMAX Architecture Fully Leverages IBM System i Remote Journaling Technology

The *noMAX HA/DR solution from Maximum Availability ensures unmatched data integrity and optimal recovery time for the IBM System i.

mike_stuhlreyerWritten by Michael Stuhlreyer

In today's highly competitive global marketplace, it is a business imperative to ensure the continuity of critical business operations and to protect a company's information assets. This makes business continuity an essential objective for companies of all sizes. Businesses must satisfy themselves that they have a comprehensive high availability/disaster recovery (HA/DR) solution in place.


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Feature - System Administration
 
How to Avoid the Top Five Most Expensive Disk Issues

Learn the critical areas that can lead to major disk expense and what is needed to resolve them.

greer_hahnWritten by Greer Hahn

Editor's note: This article introduces the white paper "How to Avoid the Top Five Most Expensive Disk Issues" available free at the MC White Paper Center.

 

Why risk the disk? Many IT managers will be familiar with the "disk or die" ultimatums that a disgruntled system can issue and have felt the resulting fallout of poor performance, lost data, and, most commonly, the additional cost which can quickly run into many thousands of dollars of unplanned expense.


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