What is free cooling and how can it save you money and help with the environment. Well free cooling is an economic method of using low external air temperatures to help with chilling the water, it also can then be used for an industrial process. Or with the air conditioning systems in the green data center.
Basically you lifting table are not perfoming just one set of backup. You will have total 3 sets of backup, 2 different types of backup media, and 1 remote location for backup. That’s it. Very simple.
3 sets of backup – Normally companies always perform backup to external hard drives or NAS at the office. That’s just one set. If they feel particularly cautious, they may also use DVDs to store the data (and they will forget to do this regularly). That’s not good enough. Just one copy of backup and you are risking having corrupted data. Imagine the horror when you find out your backup is corrupted right at the time you need to restore.
One of the biggest factors that depend on the things which should be considered is what kind of method will be used to load the things on the scissor Hubtische.
I’d say that it depends on what kind of service and QoS you are looking at. For example, when you say “video” you mean video conferencing and not something like VoD. The Bandwidth requirements will vary according to your service requirements.
Latency is the often overlooked and just as often critical factor in cloud computing. Even if you have all the bandwidth you will ever need to the cloud, if latency is high it will slow down access to your business data. Therefore, it is worth the effort and the dollars to consider minimizing the latency in your connection to the cloud provider. This could mean improvements in your local network, changing ISPs, or even selecting another cloud provider. It also means that you need to know what the maximum latency is with the cloud provider’s system, the ISP and your network.
If you have followed above advice and implement a 3 – 2 -1 backup plan, your organization will not have to worry about data disaster anymore. Prevention is always better than panicking later, so always make sure you have implemented a sound plan.