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Modern archive, backup and recovery for mainframe using cloud object storage


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Industry analysts and storage vendors all agree that using object storage as part of your company's archive and backup strategy can improve recovery, simplify daily operations and reduce storage costs. But in the mainframe world, object storage is still not widely in use.
 
Mainframe customers can use object storage, either on-premises or in the cloud, in multiple ways, from co-existing with current archive, backup and recovery solutions to a complete replacement of virtual tapes. In this session we will describe how object storage can fit in the current mainframe storage architecture and present common use cases for leveraging the benefits of cloud object storage.
 
Our talk will cover:
  • Creating additional recovery points
  • Shortening disaster recovery times
  • Using cold storage for long term archiving
  • Creating highly secured backup copies to protect from cyber threats
  • Reducing the overhead of tape-based archive and backup
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Stream: Storage Management
Room: Monza
Time: 16:30 - 17:30

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  • Gil Peleg at Model 9
  • Gil is the founder and CEO of Model9. He started his career in the Israeli army computer center, serving as a member of the Mainframe cyber security team in the systems department, where he became deeply familiar with Mainframe system internals, vulnerabilities and data protection techniques. Gil worked for 7 years at the IBM ITSO center in Poughkeepsie where he co-authored 8 IBM Redbooks on z/OS implementation, worked with large customers on implementation of new functions in z/OS and taught numerous classes on z/OS systems programming. Gil later moved to the IBM Research lab in Haifa to work on Mainframe storage development. Gil stayed in the storage domain, working in storage development at XIV and then Infinidat, until starting Model9 in 2016.


    Email: gil.peleg@model9.io

  • Gil Peleg at Model 9
  • Gil is the founder and CEO of Model9. He started his career in the Israeli army computer center, serving as a member of the Mainframe cyber security team in the systems department, where he became deeply familiar with Mainframe system internals, vulnerabilities and data protection techniques. Gil worked for 7 years at the IBM ITSO center in Poughkeepsie where he co-authored 8 IBM Redbooks on z/OS implementation, worked with large customers on implementation of new functions in z/OS and taught numerous classes on z/OS systems programming. Gil later moved to the IBM Research lab in Haifa to work on Mainframe storage development. Gil stayed in the storage domain, working in storage development at XIV and then Infinidat, until starting Model9 in 2016.


    Email: gil.peleg@model9.io

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