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Pros and Cons of SAP HANA Snapshot Backups vs Backint
SAP HANA is at the center of today’s business and technology revolution and is vital to the operations of thousands of companies across the globe. Given the importance of SAP, there is no question that an effective backup strategy is vital. Two of the most common approaches to native SAP protection is using SAP Snapshots and using the Backint API. This webcast will compare and contrast these two protection methods to help you understand which (or even both) are best aligned with the need of you organization.
In Memory vs Relational vs No SQL Databases
There is no question that databases are evolving. Therefore, Enterprises have several options to choose from, including the traditional RDMS database (Oracle, SQL, etc.), in-memory databases like SAP HANA, and NoSQL databases like MongoDB. With so many choices, it’s important to understand the pros/cons and ideal use cases for each. In this webinar, we’ll outline the database landscape, dive into the various offerings, and provide guidance on which database is best for your use case.
In this video, Jeff O’Connor discusses the challenge of data masking, and how enables automated user-based data masking. He highlights the process of creating a masked database clone, and how masking can enable improved DevOps and data security.
How Actifio’s NFS datastore feature works with VMWare
In this video, Anthony Vandewert discusses Actifio’s new NFS datastore feature and how it works with VMware. In the video, he describes the process of both protection and recovering a VM using NFS. NFS is available in Actifio’s 9.0 release and augments the existing Fibre Channel and iSCSI options.
In this video, Anthony Vandewert discusses in detail how Actifio can protect Linux databases in an incremental forever manner. He highlights the process of protecting both data files and database log files and also describes the process of instantly recovering Linux databases.
In this video, Anthony Vandewert discusses how Actifio enables users to benefit from advanced incremental forever protection for open source databases like MariaDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and many others. This approach delivers the fastest backups for the largest databases in an application consistent manner.
In this video Anthony Vandewert describes how Actifio’s snapshot automation works when protecting information on a separate array from production. The technology enables Actifio to automatically quiesce applications, move data in an incremental forever fashion to an external array and instantly access protected information via array snapshots.
In this video which is part 2 of a 3 part series, Anthony Vandewert discusses how Actifio can orchestrate snapshots on a production array. The technology leverages Actifio’s powerful VDP technology to ensure database consistency, deliver instant recoveries and provide cost effective retention options
How an Actifio Snapshot Pool Works
In this video which is part 1 of a 3 part series, Anthony Vandewert describes how an Actifio Snapshot Pool works. He discusses the technology and provides diagrams that illustrate the process of both protecting and instantly recovering data.
Leveraging Data for DevOps
Watch this video to learn how Actifio’s API automates the test data management creation, refresh and deletion process for enterprise databases like Oracle, SQL, SAP HANA, PostgreSQL, MySQL and many more. The video also touches on how you can use Actifio clones to enhance existing CI/CD processes and automate code releases.