Disk based backup

  • June 23, 2004 23 Jun'04

    Cable manufacturer restores data after fire

    A fire at its Pennsylvania manufacturing facility put Draka USA's disaster recovery plan to the test

  • June 10, 2004 10 Jun'04

    EMC signs tape deal, reorganizes software business

    EMC has signed a reseller deal with ADIC to fill out its ILM strategy and has moved all its software divisions, except VMWare, under one roof.

  • June 07, 2004 07 Jun'04

    EMC dodges question on Centera performance

    The devil appears to be in the details around the performance numbers of Centera, but EMC is keeping these under lock and key

  • June 04, 2004 04 Jun'04

    Banks put HP archiving appliance to the test

    A Wall Street firm tests HP's archiving appliance for compliance data; plans to migrate from IBM's CommonStore, its incumbent product

  • April 16, 2004 16 Apr'04

    SD 2004 preview: Why you'll soon use disk for backup

    A lot has been made recently of disk's emergence as a viable option for backup and recovery. While many of the virtual tape systems, disk libraries and software based disk-to-disk technologies are in their infancy, they're drawing a hard look ...

  • April 07, 2004 07 Apr'04

    Clariion Disk Library using FalconStor virtualization

    EMC's new backup system – the Clariion Disk Library – is using virtualization technology from FalconStor in its efforts to end tape's backup dominance.

  • April 04, 2004 04 Apr'04

    EMC Clariion retooled for virtual tape

    EMC says its first disk-based backup product -- a retooled version of Clariion -- is a "functional replacement for a tape library."

  • March 26, 2004 26 Mar'04

    Appliance grades backup successes and failures

    This week: Network Engines and Bocada launch an appliance that reports the good, the bad and the ugly in the backup process. Also this week, Legato tweaks software for disk-based backup and Fujitsu sells VXA-2 tape.

  • March 01, 2004 01 Mar'04

    Virtual tape offers first step toward disk-based backup

    Maxxan Systems wants to make disk-based virtual tape libraries the de facto standard for backup and recovery -- and they're not alone. A growing number of storage vendors and industry experts believe that tape's days are numbered and that VTL ...

  • February 17, 2004 17 Feb'04

    Life sciences firm turns to disk-based backup

    To cure an ever-growing backup window and lessen the time required for data recovery, Beyond Genomics turned to a disk-based virtual tape system instead of upgrading to the latest, greatest tape library.

  • February 13, 2004 13 Feb'04

    CommVault, StoneFly to develop disk-based backup appliance

    Here's a brief roundup of the week's storage news and announcements that you might have missed.

  • December 30, 2003 30 Dec'03

    2003 GOLD: Data Domain DD200 Recovery Appliance

    Review of 2003 backup hardware gold medal winner Data Domain DD200 Recovery Appliance.

  • November 20, 2003 20 Nov'03

    Startup aims appliances at small and midsized businesses

    In an effort to penetrate the small to mid-sized business market, IntraDyn has tailored the two newest versions of its serial ATA disk-based RocketVault appliances for backup and recovery and regulatory compliance.

  • September 24, 2003 24 Sep'03

    ADIC uses disk to achieve 1 TB/hr backup speed

    Tape library vendor ADIC has thrown its weight behind the concept of disk-based backup with the launch of its first in a line of disk-to-tape backup systems, the Pathlight VX.

  • June 12, 2003 12 Jun'03

    Vendor launches disk-based backup appliance

    Data Domain is prepping its first product launch -- software that supports existing backup software and requires fewer disks than conventional ATA RAID backup solutions.