Hi Tsetso,

Are you using the EMC DD VTL with BRMS or without?

Have you had any experience setting it up and with operational procedures?


On 13 November 2015 at 08:47, Tsvetan Marinov <tsetso.marinov@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Hi,
I have experince with EMC DD VTL solution for IBM i and I think iy quite
good, you can take a look at it.
It has deduplication and all the nice things.

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On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 9:56 AM -0800, "Bruce Collins" <
bcollins@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:










Guys, I need your opinion on what would be a good VTL solution for a Small
college. I need to do backups but I would also like to store the copies off
site. We have 1.2TB of total storage and using currently 811GB. Normally I
do a weekly full backup and then incrementally during the week using BRMS.
I think that I would like a solution that would:


1) Backup to a VTL

2) The VTL would Replicate to another VTL that would be located
off-site approximately 3 miles away.

3) I would like to keep the monthly backups for 12 months and then
recycle them.

4) I would like to keep yearly backups until I decide to recycle them.

Money is an object, so I need a good solid low-cost solution.

Thanks in advance.

Bruce "Hoss" Collins
Wallace Community College
Director, MIS
1141 Wallace Drive
Dothan, AL 36303
Phone 334-556-2447
1-800-543-2426, Ext. 2447
bcollins@xxxxxxxxxxx

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