serverless backup


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serverless backup

A type of LAN-free backup that does not use any of the resources of an application server or a backup server. See LAN-free backup and serverless computing.
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In addition to increasing the efficiency of administrative activities in system administration and setting up a kpi-based monitoring and reporting, This also includes the conceptual improvement in the areas of restore & Backup and disaster recovery, Such as serverless backup / zero-downtime backup.
SISU is enabling more robust disaster recovery by leveraging EMC RecoverPoint with MEDITECH'S Integrated Serverless Backup (ISB) and Integrated Disaster Recovery (IDR) processes to replicate data from the primary data center to a remote facility.
Since 2009 the hospital had been using the Integrated Serverless Backup system (supplied by Bridgehead Software) for its Meditech EHR.
The London Clinic has invested in BridgeHead MediStore(TM), and BridgeHead Integrated Disaster Recovery (BridgeHead IDR), to support its existing investment in BridgeHead Integrated Serverless Backup (ISB).
HT Backup provides application-integrated support for Northeast Health's existing healthcare information system, MEDITECH, through its integrated serverless backup (ISB) and integrated disaster-recovery modules, which are designed for operation in a storage area network (SAN) environment.
The product launch responds to increasing demand by IT departments for solutions that integrate into more advanced storage management systems, such as backup, disaster recovery, replication and serverless backup applications.
This leadership has been consistently reinforced by superior performance benchmarks and innovations in technologies such as serverless backup.
MaxOptix Corp has launched what it claims to be the industry's first tape RAID appliance for storage area network (SAN) -based serverless backup applications.
"The Celestra-based serverless backup solution that ConvergeNet and Legato will jointly deliver is just one of many storage management solutions that will benefit from more intelligence in the SAN."
The subsequent conversion to Bridgehead Software was more of a challenge, because we were one of the very first customers to use their fully integrated serverless backup and integrated disaster-recovery capability.
Steve Duplessie, analyst for Enterprise Storage Group, stated: "The average storage administrator's data management load will have increased from 760GB in 2000, to upwards of 6TB in 2003." Serverless backup, storage consolidation and database storage continue to reign as the killer applications of the SAN.
In addition, the Alacritus has employed the core engineering resources that has created and brought to market such industry advances as Celestra for serverless backup, the Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP), and Third Party Copy, among many others, such as BudTool, the first backup and restore tool for networked, UNIX-based environments.