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Explain storage array based replication technology full-volume mirroring.?

 Explain storage array based replication technology full-volume mirroring.


Asked On2017-05-16 16:52:19 by:neenu2

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Array-based replication for business continuity can incorporate the creation of local copies of data within the same array as the source data, as well as the creation of remote copies in an array situated elsewhere. The largest storage vendors provide sophisticated technologies that provide this functionality driven either from the arrays themselves -- via management hosts that control the direction and identity of replication -- or within a virtualisation layer that operates in the SAN fabric or IP storage network.

Creating local and remote replicas of data gives an organisation a form of limited business continuity as well as enhancing its operational readiness by creating copies that can be used for testing and development. Using storage technology, this is achieved at a volume level (often grouped) and with features such as quality of service (QoS), priority controls, data consistency, source-target identity swaps, duplex data flow, protected copies, data queuing/batching and full or pointer-based read/write.

The same functionality can be somewhat achieved at the host layer by using Logical Volume Manager (LVM) and plexes/mirrors as well as any inbuilt "snap" functionality that may exist in the host LVM software. However, the feature set tends to be limited and management more onerous due to the need to operate within LVM and in close logical proximity to the source data.

Creating local replicas for the purpose of business continuity is easily achieved using LVM when only one to three copies of that data are required. When four or more copies are required, and the business demands time-specific restore points, it's advisable to create replicas using the storage software. This is because there is a greater ability to create a large number of copies that can be synchronised and 'detached' at specific intervals using advanced algorithms for incremental and full data copy. This, combined with intelligent space management techniques such as copy on read/write, make the storage software offering pervasive.

Answerd on:2014-10-21 Answerd By:neenu2

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