Accelerate with ATS: Storwize V7000 Unified: Asynchronous Replication and ,
This session will provide details about when to use asynchronous replication vs. Active Cloud Engine Global (also known as WAN caching). It will also cover how to set up asynchronous replication and perform disaster recovery testing. Additionally, this session will cover setting up WAN caching as well as administering the mode of the relationship
December 5, 2013; 12 p.m. New York, 5 p.m. London, 6 p.m. Paris, 16:00:00 GMT
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Accelerate with ATS: Storwize V7000 Unified: Asynchronous Replication and Active Cloud Engine Global
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TS7700 R2.1 Technical Update
This class will bring you up to speed on the latest enhancements to the TS7700 Virtualization Engine. The new Release 2.1 functionality will be discussed including: Sync Mode Copy; Remote Mount Automatic IP Link Failover; Parallel Copies and pre-Migrations during Mounts for Read; Grid Merge – Join two existing grids into a single grid; TS1140 – JA/JJ Media Read support; and Copy Export Merge
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