The customer currently has one HPE 3PAR and two Nimble storage arrays connected via Fibre Channel (FC) to 12 HPE OL380 servers running VMware
They make backups with Commvault to HPE StoreEver tape libraries. They also make snapshots inside the storage array, to lower RTO and RPO.
They store the snapshots on the array itself, and fear that they might be vulnerable to array failures They want to maintain their low RTO and RPO objectives whilestoring data outside the arrayis this a valid option for the customer?
Solution:Use HPE infoSight for autonomous data protection, storing data on multiple arrays based on predictive analytics defined policies
As relates to mitigating ransomware, is this a best practice?
Solution:Use cloud-based storage targets for backup data, sincethe cloud provider guarantees the highest protection and so is immutable as platform.
Does this option describe a valid scenario for using the 3-2-1 data protection rule or the 3-2-1-1-0 data protection rule?
Solution:You intend to use atleast 2 different media types
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Your customer is sending backup jobs lo an HPE StoreOnce backup target. They notice big differences on the deduplication and replication ratios between two jobs on consecutive days. The same type of data was backed up on both occasions
is this a correct statement about the differences between the two backups?
Solution:Deduplication is completely dependent on the type of user data being sent to the backup application This result means the users have created more duplicate data on Saturday compared to Sunday.
You are helping a customer optimize their current data protection solution. They have a vital business application with a database that runs on PostgreSQL on Linux.
They are concerned about disaster recovery and ask If this data can be restored In an application -consistent way.
Is this a valid response regarding the customers environment and concerns?
Solution:Use me PostgreSOL backup mechanism to create a consistent backup to a dump file Then, use the backup solution to provide application-consistent backups.
Is this a best practice for enabling encryption inside Veeam?
Solution:Encryption should be enabled at the HPE StoreOnce level since encryption Inside Veeam would make deduplication impossible.