>I don't you can use cloud storage as a copypool
That was supposed to be "I don't think you can use cloud storage as a
On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 12:40 PM, Stefan Folkerts <stefan.folke...@gmail.com>
> I don't you can use cloud storage as a copypool so that would mean you are
> placing your primarypool in the cloud and limiting (in an extreme way) your
> restore performance.
> It is fast enough for archival purposes (if you set it up correctly and
> have enough of a local buffering pool and bandwith) and you can but backup
> data in but getting backup data out fast enough to meet any serious SLA?
> Hmm...I would look closely into that and start with a very small POC,
> that's the thing with cloud storage, you can actually do that fairly easy.
> I wouldn't use cloud based storage for TSM for anything other than a
> replacement for archive like data with a low retrieve rate.
> If you want to get rid of tape and not invest in setting up your own
> offsite setup I'm sure there are plenty of electronic-vaulting solutions
> like the ones we offer you can simply plug into. Just make sure your DR
> plan is compatible with these solutions. It's can get complicated, it's all
> On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 3:27 PM, Michaud, Luc [Analyste principal -
> environnement AIX] <luc.micha...@stm.info> wrote:
>> Greetings to you all,
>> We've setup a blueprint replicated environment with directory container
>> pools on both sides.
>> We protect the primary node stgpools to tape as well, with offsite
>> Now we want to get rid of the tapes, most likely by leveraging AWS
>> We have been exposed to a limitation of containers only being able to
>> have 1 container protection and 1 tape protection.
>> How have you guys done it ? Any trick or caveat that we should be aware
>> of ?
>> Luc Michaud
>> Société de Transport de Montréal