Exploring IMS disaster recovery solutions, Part 1, Overview

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Glenn Galler and Ron Bisceglia

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: March 29, 2012

Every customer needs a Disaster Recovery (DR) plan. The strategies used differ from one customer to another and they differ in time to recovery and loss of data. For IMS™, there are five types of disaster recovery solutions: restart, recovery, recovery and restart, coordinated IMS and DB2 restart, and coordinated IMS and DB2® disaster recovery and restart. While the Storage Mirroring recovery solutions are classified as restart solutions, we will focus only on the non-Storage Mirroring IMS disaster recovery solutions in this series.

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