Storage Management Concepts with Tivoli Storage Manager

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IBM has released the Redbook, “IBM Tivoli Storage Management Concepts”.  The book introduces storage management software by explaining the concepts, architecture, and systems management features of IBM Tivoli Storage Manager and showing available complementary products. It will help you design solutions to protect data holdings from losses ranging from those caused by user error to complete site disasters. This easy-to-follow guide gives a broad understanding of IBM Tivoli Storage Manager software, the key technologies to know, and the solutions available to protect your business. It offers a broad understanding of how IBM Tivoli Storage Manager will work in heterogeneous environments including Windows, UNIX/Linux, OS/400, and z/OS platforms, and with mission-critical applications such as DB/2, Oracle, Lotus Domino, Exchange, SAP, and many more.

We at Peningo Systems strongly recommend this Redbook for any Storage Consultant / Storage Architect who are involved in the evaluation of a Storage Management solution.

 

The Table of Contents of this Redbook is as follows:

 

Part 1. Storage management concepts

Chapter 1. Introduction to IBM Tivoli Storage Manager
Chapter 2. Business requirements
Chapter 3. Architectural concepts
Chapter 4. Planning concepts

Part 2. Client architecture

Chapter 5. Client data movement methods
Chapter 6. Backup-archive client
Chapter 7. API client
Chapter 8. HSM solutions

Part 3. Server architecture

Chapter 9. Policy management
Chapter 10. Scheduling
Chapter 11. Data storage
Chapter 12. Managing users and security levels
Chapter 13. Licensing
Chapter 14. Enterprise Management
Chapter 15. High availability clustering
Chapter 16. Disaster Recovery Manager
Chapter 17. Reporting

Part 4. Complementary products

Chapter 18. IBM Tivoli Continuous Data Protection for Files
Chapter 19. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for Databases
Chapter 20. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for Mail
Chapter 21. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager solutions for mySAP
Chapter 22. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for Applications
Chapter 23. Complementary products

Part 5. Appendixes

Appendix A. Planning and sizing worksheets

 

If you wish to download this Redbook you can to the following link:

 

IBM Tivoli Storage Management Concepts

 

If you wish to view the IBM Resource link for this Redbook, please go to the flowing link:

 

Click here to view the Redbook Resource page

 

If you wish to purchase a hard copy of this Redbook, please go to the following link:

 

Click here to Purchase this RedBook

If you are an “End Client” looking for IT Consulting Service providers to support your Applications, Peningo Systems provides Consultants with expertise in many areas including:

To see Peningo Systems areas of expertise, please go to the Peningo Technical Areas page or go to the Peningo Tivoli Consultants page.

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About Edward Pellon

About Peningo Systems ( www.peningo.com ) Peningo Systems and it founders have been involved in IT Consulting for over 30 years. Our goal is to support the individual IT Consultant by providing an avenue for them to be in contact directly to the end client. By doing this we reduce the many layers and tiers of organizations that are involved with placement of an IT Consultant. By reducing these layers and tiers, cost can be significantly reduced to the end client, while still providing the room for the Consultant to increase their revenues. Peningo is a for profit organization. We have decided to earn our “keep” by advocating, establishing and supporting a “market place” where the IT consultant and the “end client” may function without the interference of tiers of “prestigious” companies that bring to the consulting assignment excessive Markups and very little else. At Peningo we feel that the IT Consultant should be paid adequate rates commensurate with their skills and the personal sacrifice inherent in the life of an IT consultant. These allows us to field capable, motivated consultants that will contribute successfully to the “end client’s” systems development and implementation, while attracting to the IT industry new talent that otherwise would go to more lucrative pursuits. With the elimination of the “prestigious ones” there will be costs savings that will allow for the consultant to be paid a higher rate and for the client to reduce its costs. Both objectives represents Peningo’s Mission.
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