IBM System Storage Business Continuity: Part 1 Planning Guide

IBM System Storage Business Continuity: Part 1 Planning Guide

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A disruption to your critical business processes could leave the entire business exposed. Today's organizations face ever-escalating customer demands and expectations. There is no room for downtime. You need to provide your customers with continuous service because your customers have a lot of choices. Your competitors are standing ready to take your place. As you work hard to grow your business, you face the challenge of keeping your business running without a glitch. To remain competitive, you need a resilient IT infrastructure. This IBM Redbooks publication introduces the importance of Business Continuity in today's IT environments. It provides a comprehensive guide to planning for IT Business Continuity and can help you design and select an IT Business Continuity solution that is right for your business environment. We discuss the concepts, procedures, and solution selection for Business Continuity in detail, including the essential set of IT Business Continuity requirements that you need to identify a solution. We also present a rigorous Business Continuity Solution Selection Methodology that includes a sample Business Continuity workshop with step-by-step instructions in defining requirements. This book is meant as a central resource book for IT Business Continuity planning and design. The companion title to this book, IBM System Storage Business Continuity: Part 2 Solutions Guide, SG24-6548, describes detailed product solutions in the System Storage Resiliency Portfolio.The tool can be used for disk system-related capacity planning and provides special support for sizing Extended ... Data presentation is done through ExcelAr data sheets and charts, allowing the analyst to take advantage of Excela#39;s rich useranbsp;...

Title:IBM System Storage Business Continuity: Part 1 Planning Guide
Author:Charlotte Brooks, Clem Leung, Aslam Mirza, Curtis Neal, Yin Lei Qiu, John Sing, Francis TH Wong, Ian R Wright, IBM Redbooks
Publisher:IBM Redbooks - 2007-03-07


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