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3PAR Creates Linux-Based Data Recovery Tool
3PAR Creates Linux-Based Data Recovery Tool

Utility storage company 3PAR has released a data storage product specifically for Linux-based applications.

Called 3PAR Virtual Copy DBA for Linux, it provides data recovery services to cover accidental data deletions. The company said that with the new release, "users can now deploy Linux-based applications more simply, more economically and more reliably."

With this in mind, 3PAR Virtual Copy allows for rapid recovery of Oracle data and offers ordinary, on-demand Linux provisioning as well. The technology, for use with 3PAR InServ Storage Servers, takes intelligent snapshots of data sets. These snapshots are maintained by 3PAR Virtual Copy without committing the data to tape. The snapshots do not require any capacity reservation; with raw data use needed only for changed data.

3PAR says that this Linux-supported application can "move any Linux deployment closer to a true utility computing environment, where applications can be quickly scaled up or down based on demand."

3PAR has tested and validated its utility storage with Red Hat and SUSE Linux. Pricing starts at $20,000 for a basic two-controller configuration.

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