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Storage administration advice: Setting up a disaster recovery site in five steps

Storage administration advice: Five steps to getting a DR site up and running and what SDLT vs. LTO is all about

Site expert Jim Booth has had some insights to share this year on a variety of storage administration questions...

posed by our audience. Brush up on your storage admin knowledge. Take a look at Jim's three most popular expert answers for the year and see if you agree with his insights:

Five steps to getting a DR site up and running
SDLT vs. LTO: What's it all about?
What's the best option: Incremental or differential backup?

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Jim Booth, Director of Systems Engineering, CreekPath Systems category: Storage Administration

Jim Booth has been immersed in storage technology his entire career and is ready to answer your storage questions. He has provided pre- and post-sales support, consulting and project management to some strategic companies in Silicon Valley. He is equally fluent in UNIX, NT, and mainframe systems. Some successful projects include: E-mail Infrastructure Design and Implementation (SUN/EMC/Oracle); Designed, built and tested a very large/high throughput content delivery system (Sequent/NT/Brocade/EMC); Hardware/software installations and online data migrations; Guaranteed performance improvements; A multi-platform data transfer implementation (MVS to Solaris); Defining enterprise backup methodologies; Improving overall data flow throughout the enterprise. Jim Booth's most notable work experience is five (5) years at EMC. He holds a B.S Computer Engineering from Kansas State University.

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