What IBM Spectrum Copy Data Management can do for you
IBM® Spectrum™ Copy Data Management makes copies available to data consumers when and where they need them, without creating unnecessary copies or leaving unused copies on valuable storage. IBM Spectrum Copy Data Management is an ‘in-place’ copy data management software that enables orchestration of application-aware snapshot and replication management for storage environments. It catalogs copy data from across your local and hybrid cloud and off-site cloud infrastructure, identifies duplicates, and compares copy requests to existing copies. Data consumers can use the self-service portal to create the copies they need, enabling business agility. Copy processes and workflows are automated to ensure consistency and reduce complexity. IBM Spectrum Copy Data Management rapidly deploys as an agentless VM for faster time to value.
Automate copy management
Help improve IT operations that rely on copies of data.
Next-generation protection and recovery
Enable a snap-and-replicate model that provides near-instant protection plus rapid and granular recovery of data.
Automate test and development
Enable infrastructure to be spun up in minutes, either on an automated, scheduled basis or with push-button ease on demand.
Hybrid cloud enablement
Facilitate bringing up live application environments to leverage the cloud’s cost-effective, elastic compute infrastructure.
Utilize the existing storage infrastructure to enable DevOps and meet the needs of development teams for rapid deployment of infrastructure.
Key Features of IBM Spectrum Copy Data Management
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