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Solid-state/flash storage technology: Customer insight

By Spencer Smith 22 Oct 2015

In this Tech Buyer Snapshot, we offer insight into the challenges and purchasing priorities of solid-state/flash storage technology customers. Read More

Agent-based backup hits the skids, snapshots take hold in VMware shops

By Alex Barrett 28 May 2009

Heavily virtualized VMware shops have discontinued their use of traditional agent-based backup software and turned to backup methods such as snapshotting. Read More

Use snapshot for open files

06 Jun 2003

How to work around files that are open when you backup. Read More

IP storage switch and routers: Product snapshots

25 Apr 2007

IP storage networks have emerged as a versatile and inexpensive alternative to traditional Fibre Channel SANs, and IP SAN deployments -- primarily iSCSI -- are appearing in businesses of all sizes. iSCSI offers ... Read More

Windows-powered NAS devices and snapshots

06 Apr 2005

This chapter excerpt provides an overview of the architecture and functionality of the Microsoft licensed snapshot solution Persistent Storage Manager (PSM). Read More

Techniques to create a volume snapshot in Windows

06 Apr 2005

This chapter excerpt explains the process of creating a volume snapshot, which is a consistent point-in-time copy of a volume. Read More

Salvaging corrupt VMware guest OS data with VMDK snapshots

06 Apr 2009

Reverting to a snapshot can fix a crashed guest OS, but without a backup copy of the guest OS, you can still lose important data. By moving VMDK snapshots to a new guest OS, however, you can save the data. Read More

Product snapshots: Midrange storage array products

22 Mar 2007

The key for many smaller organizations is to meet their storage needs without adding personnel or increasing the workload on IT professionals that are already overworked. Scalability and data protection are ... Read More

Optimize database snapshots in SQL Server 2005

By Greg Robidoux 07 Mar 2007

The database snapshot feature in SQL Server 2005 allows you to create a read-only copy of your database that can be used for purposes, such as reporting, auditing or recovering data. Edgewood Solutions' Greg ... Read More