10932: The Modern Mainframe Data Center Sharing a Tape Infrastructure

Wednesday, March 14, 2012: 9:30 AM-10:30 AM
Maple C (Omni Hotel CNN Center)
Speaker: Arthur Tolsma(Luminex Software, Inc.)
Handouts
  • The Modern Mainframe Data Center Sharing a Tape Infrastructure (770.0 kB)
  • Learn directly from mainframe data center users why disk-based mainframe virtual tape makes sense for all mainframe data applications, including production data, archiving, backup and disaster recovery.  Disk-based mainframe virtual tape allows mainframe enterprises to share a common data management system and infrastructure for both mainframe data as well as open systems data, vastly simplifying enterprise operations.  Equally applicable for both large and small data centers, disk-based mainframe virtual tape with replication allows mainframe enterprises to realize the substantial cost savings from eliminating or reducing physical tape.  Current case studies of organizations that have successfully implemented disk-based mainframe virtual tape will be presented by representatives of the mainframe users

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