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Solving the long term archiving challenges with IBM System Storage Archive Manager solutions



Document Author:

Nils Haustein


Document ID:

WP102451


Doc. Organization:

Technical Sales Support - Europe


Document Revised:

06/02/2014


Product(s) covered:

Data Retention 450; Data Retention 550; DR550; eDiscovery Analyzer; eDiscovery Manager; Enterprise Content Management; IBM Information Archive; System Storage DR550; Tape Drive; Tivoli Storage Manager







Abstract: In the backdrop of exponentially growing data accelerated by new IT trends - such as clouds, analytics, mobile and social - digital archiving is becoming more and more important. The ever growing volumes of data along with stringent regulatory and industry compliance requirements are the main drivers for long term archival solutions. Just using backups to fulfill the requirements for archiving is not sufficient.

This paper gives a brief introduction to the motivations for digital archiving and describes the generic architecture for an archive system. It becomes clear that the intelligence of an archiving solution comes from Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system. The archive storage protects the archived data and manages the storage life cycle. The IBM System Storage Archive Manager solution (SSAM) serves as an example as to how these requirements can be met by virtue of using advanced innovative IT technologies.

Finally, the paper outlines how various IBM software and hardware components can be combined and optimized to achieve tailor-made arching solutions for different kind of data.

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Classification:

Solutions

Category:

Product Positioning

Solution(s):

Big Data and Analytics; Cloud



Platform(s):

IBM System Storage

S/W Pillar(s):

Information Management; Tivoli

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Keywords:

archive, archiving, enterprise content management, ECM, compliance, ssam, disk, tape, storage


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