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Computerworld: Some Linux Issues Are No Big Deal for Newbies

Mar 21, 2003, 09:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"There are some issues that might seem worrisome to an IT administrator who's new to Linux, but they're really no problem once you look more closely. Among the areas you don't have to sweat, say customers, analysts and vendors, are backup and restore tasks, clustering and fail-over.

"When it comes to data protection, most major vendors have ported their premier backup-and-restore tools to Linux. Examples include IBM's Tivoli Storage Manager, CA's ARCserve for Linux running on Intel systems, and CA's Brightstor for Linux on the mainframe..."

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