Author: Sherry Helms
World Backup Day is here and it’s time to backup your PC and other memory storage device. Backup your memories and financial information and check your old backup restores, this is what the motto of this unique day. Celebrated every year on March 31, this day is proclaimed to nudge all the computerized systems/organizations, PC owners and other tech-savvy to back up their essential files, information and documents and check the old one.
Technical experts are good at backup process and continue to ensure their data security. But, there are many people and organizations that have never backed up their important files because they don’t know about it or think it’s too hard. For them, we have brought forth a list of Books on Backup & Recovery that will not only encourage them to backup their memories, but can also teach them how to perform backup and recovery to avoid loss of data from machines.
After making a rigorous research through our stock of innumerable Computing and Internet Books, we have picked following books:
Backup & Recovery: Inexpensive Backup Solutions for Open Systems – Written by W. Curtis Preston, an expert in designing data protection systems, this book is packed with practical, freely available backup and recovery solutions for Unix, Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X systems along with various databases. This new guide is a complete revamp of Unix Backup & Recovery by the same author, fully revised and expanded version with over 75% new material.
Enterprise Systems Backup and Recovery: A Corporate Insurance Policy – The success of information backup systems does not rest on IT administrators alone. Rather, a well-designed backup system comes about only when several key factors amalgamate – business involvement, IT acceptance, best practice designs, enterprise software, and reliable hardware. Through this book, Preston De Guise offers organizations a comprehensive understanding of the principles and features involved in effective enterprise backups. It also provides techniques for analyzing and improving current backup system performance.
Implementing Backup and Recovery: The Readiness Guide for the Enterprise – Offering a comprehensive knowledge of the backup systems for both UNIX and Windows NT, this book provides the readers with a detailed, step-by-step guide for planning and full implementation of backup systems. The personal tips and strategic and tactical advice gained from many successful enterprises, as given by the authors, David A. Chapa and David B Little, are quite useful and result-oriented. Further, the author makes use of VERITAS NetBackup product to illustrate backup system functions, offering a clear understanding of the subject.
Oracle Database 10g RMAN Backup & Recovery – This book offers sound data backup and disaster recovery strategies with the proper guidance by the experts Matthew Hart and Robert Freeman, authors of the book. In this volume, the authors explain you, step by step, how to set up RMAN-ready databases, create reliable backup tapes and discs, and perform accurate Oracle system restores. Just go through this book and learn how to use RMAN from the command line and from Enterprise Manager, generate meaningful lists and reports, and automate administrative tasks using third-party media management tools. While reading this book, you’ll also be trained to perform incremental backups, Flashback recoveries, and database cloning.
Real World Mac Maintenance and Backups – Mac users spends only a few time to make reliable backups and perform regular maintenance on their Mac. This led them to regret, when something goes wrong with their Mac system. That’s where this book of Macintosh expert, Joe Kissell can help. Besides learning how to keep your Mac running smoothly with a set of daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly tasks, you will also learn a rock-solid backup strategy here in this book that protects all your important data at the time of catastrophe.
Pro Data Backup And Recovery – Good backup and recovery strategies are the keys to the success door for any organization as administrators of a system have to protect large amounts of critical data as well as design backup solutions that are scalable and optimized to meet changing conditions. In this book, the author, Steven Nelson, spans some of the more common backup applications, such as Symantec NetBackup/BackupExec, EMC NetWorker, and CommVault.
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