Ensuring Data Availability
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The book takes a holistic, business-based approach to data protection. It explains how data protection is a mix of proactive and reactive planning, technology, and activities that allow for data continuity. There are three essential activities that refer to themselves as data protection; while they all overlap in terms of scope and function, each operates as a reasonably self-contained field with its own specialists and domain nomenclature. These three activities are:
* Data protection as a storage and recovery activity
* Data protection as a security activity
* Data protection as a privacy activity
These activities are covered in detail, with a focus on how organizations can use them to leverage their IT investments and optimize costs. The book also explains how data protection is becoming an enabler for new processes around data movement and data processing.
This book arms readers with information critical for making decisions on how data can be protected against loss in the cloud, on premises, or in a mix of the two. It explains the changing face of recovery in a highly virtualized datacenter and techniques for dealing with big data. Moreover, it presents a model for where data recovery processes can be integrated with IT governance and management in order to achieve the right focus on recoverability across the business.
About the Author
Preston de Guise has been working with data recovery products for his entire career-designing, implementing, and supporting solutions for governments, universities, and businesses ranging from SMEs to Fortune 500 companies. This broad exposure to industry verticals and business sizes has enabled Preston to understand not only the technical requirements of data protection and recovery, but the management and procedural aspects too.