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Gap Analysis #4: Point-in-time copies never tested

by Yaniv Valik SR DR Speci …

New release provides end-to-end solution

by Doron Pinhas VP, Field …

Interesting eWeek article: Can Business Continuity Handle Unfettered Data Growth?

by Gil Hecht CEO I came ac …

Gap Analysis #3: Tampering Risk

by Yaniv Valik SR DR Speci …

What it takes to develop a bullet-proof HA/DR plan

by Gil Hecht CEO Today, mo …

A few DR testing mistakes to avoid

by Doron Pinhas VP, Field …

Gap Analysis #2: Missing Network Resources

by Yaniv Valik SR DR Speci …

Top data storage products of the year

In case you missed it, her …

Interesting DR stories on Oracle blog post

by Yaniv Valik SR DR Speci …

Gap Analysis #1: Replication Inconsistencies

by Yaniv Valik SR DR Speci …

What is Configuration Drift?

Configuration drift is a data center environment term. At a high level, configuration drift happens when production or primary hardware and software infrastructure configurations “drift” or become different in some way from a recovery or secondary configuration or visa versa. Production or primary and recovery or secondary configurations are designed to be identical in certain aspects is order for business resumption should there be a disaster or major failure in production. When these infrastructure configurations drift from another, they leave a gap between them which commonly called a configuration gap.

Think that little config change is minor? Think again.

by Doron Pinhas, VP, Field …

HA Gap: What can happen when cluster passive nodes have no/partial access to cluster storage volumes

By Yaniv Valik, SR DR Spec …

A cautionary note on replicating temporary databases and page files

by Yaniv Valik SR DR Speci …

Defining Data Protection Terms

By Doron Pinhas Vice Presi …

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