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Migrating consistency groups with IBM Data Migration for z/OS
TDMF provides the ability to introduce new storage subsystem technologies without the disruption of business operations. Results obtained in the laboratory can be used to help select a migration technique that meets the needs for throughput, resource utilization and business continuity.
June 2016 | PDF | 1024 KB
IBM Tivoli Storage Productivity Center: Managing Storage Area Network (SAN) Configurations (White paper (external)-USEN)
IBM Tivoli Storage Productivity Center's capabilities focus on storage configuration management and provide analysis of current storage utilization and best practice recommendations to provide the storage administrator with analytical input that will provide significant assistance.
April 2016 | PDF | 267 KB
EMA: IBM Releases a Comprehensive, Software-Defined Storage Family
In this paper, EMA examines the challenges facing organizations as a result of rapid data growth, presents SDS as a potential solution, and examines the IBM Spectrum Storage family.
April 2015 | PDF | 471 KB
Key Reasons to Use Software-defined Storage and How to Get Started
This White Paper examines the range of Software Defined Storage (SDS) approaches, and weighs their potential value and suitability. With a reminder that users' needs are paramount the paper provides practical tips on how to balance the options and get started on optimized SDS adoption.
February 2015 | PDF | 541 KB
Forrester: The Total Economic Impact IBM System Storage SAN Volume Controller
The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of System Storage SAN Volume Controller on enterprise organizations. SVC is designed to simplify and centralize storage infrastructure and offer benefits of storage virtualization
May 2012 | PDF | 225 KB
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