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Anil K Y Ommi

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Cloud Solutions Architect with more than 10 years of experience in designing & deploying application in multiple cloud platforms. Owner of Mycloudwiki.com and tsmtutorials.com tech blogs. Email me if you are interested in writing tech articles.
To meet today high demanding business challenges across 365 x 24/7 world, data must be highly available in the right place, at the right time, and at the right cost to the organizations. Such solutions which addresses these challenges are Data Migration techniques and Disaster Recovery strategies. Data migration...
In the Network Based replication, the replication occurs at the network layer between the server and the storage systems. By offloading replication from server  and storage systems, network-based replication can work across a large number of server platforms and storage systems, making it ideal for highly heterogeneous environments. One...
In the storage system based replication, the storage system operating environment performs the replication process. Unlike Server based replication, server resources such as the CPU and memory, are not used in the replication process. Consequently, the server running multiple VMs is not burdened by the replication operations. Storage system-based...
In the server based replication, the servers resources such as CPU and memory are utilised to perform and manage the replication operation. The server based replication supports both local and remote replication techniques and the following types of replication techniques are available to be used to protect the organisations data. The server based replication supports...
It is important for any organization to protect their critical data across physical, virtual, and cloud environments to minimize the risk of business disruption. If a disaster occurs, fast data restore and restart capabilities are required to ensure business continuity. So, replication is one of the ways to ensure...
Data is important for organizations of all sizes. Organizations need to regularly back up data to avoid losses, stay compliant, and preserve data integrity. IT organizations today are dealing with the explosion of data, particularly with the development of next generation technologies. Data explosion poses the challenge of data...
In an organization's data center, data is actively created, accessed, and changed. As data ages, it is less likely to be changed and eventually becomes “fixed” but continues to be accessed by applications and users. This data is called fixed content. For example CAD/CAM designs, surveillance video, MP3s, and...
The evolution of mobile devices, such as smartphone and tablet, along with the growing adoption of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), creates a new dimension in backup industry. Employees and users started using these mobile devices to create and store critical data. The key considerations around these are the...
Based on the business needs and the required RTO/RPO, backup types can be categorised as full, incremental, cumulative (or differential), synthetic, incremental forever and image backups. Most organizations use a combination of these backup types to meet their backup and recovery requirements. Application awareness is another factor that needs to...
There are different backup methods which can be used to backup the organization's application and their data. Below are the majorly used backup methods in the current IT industry. Data Backup Methods Hot Backups  In the modern IT world, almost all backups are hot backups. Hot backups are also referred as online backups. They are...