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Book Catagory:Cloud Computing
Title Rethinking Enterprise Storage: A Hybrid Cloud Model
Author(s) Marc Farley
Publisher: Microsoft Press; 1 edition (July 25, 2013)
Language: English
Book Description

Storage is a huge part of the annual IT budget. For many customers it is the largest component of their IT budget. They are willing to over-spend on storage every year because they are conservative about changing the ways they do things. But, they know they have to do some things differently because their old methods don't scale (data growth year to year is the root cause and is unstoppable) There can be extremely negative exposures from downtime if storage goes haywire and customer data is lost. Hybrid cloud storage solutions provide a secure, scalable, and affordable option.

The audience for this book includes all levels of IT professionals, from executives responsible for determining IT strategies to systems administrators who manage systems and storage.

The book explains how hybrid cloud storage changes the ways data protection is accomplished without tape backup systems; how disaster recovery works with data that is stored in the cloud; how cloud services are used to facilitate capacity management; and how the performance of data stored in the cloud is managed.
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