Backup and Restore Practices for Sun Enterprise Servers (Sun Blueprints) Paperback – 30 Aug 2000
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From the Back Cover
Safeguard mission-critical data in the dot com era.
Plan and implement a scalable backup/restore architecture that meets IT service level agreements.
Includes general advice, case studies, a practical methodology, and example data center runbooks.
Backup & Restore Practices for Sun Enterprise Servers is a practical guide for IT organizations that are tasked with implementing or revamping a backup/restore architecture. The book includes case studies, a methodology, and example runbooks. It addresses issues such as scalability and performance of the backup/restore architecture, criteria for selecting tools and technologies, and tradeoffs that must be considered. It provides technical guidelines for planning the architecture to meet service levels, as well as general advice and guidance.
About the Author
STAN STRINGFELLOW is an independent contractor with 20 years of experience as a technical writer. He wrote the original software manuals for the Sun Enterprise 10000 (Starfire), and has done work for many different companies. He may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
MIROSLAV KLIVANSKY manages the Storage Performance Engineering group at Sun Microsystems. He has researched I/O subsystem performance at Georgia Tech and has helped Sun customers plan Storage solutions for their data centers. He has published and taught in various performance-related areas, and has studied the performance of UNIX systems since 1993.
MICHAEL BARTO is a technologist for Sun Microsystems Professional Services working as an IT architect with emphasis on Web-based collaboration and communication. He has over 15 years of system administration experience starting with his first Sun system in 1986.