Electronic Storage Corporation Enhances UBD Replacador With Direct Tapeout Feature
(Tulsa, OK); May 19, 2016 – IBM i shops are getting the best of both worlds for their backups: Tape and Tapeless. For many, this is a long-awaited hybrid solution that provides easy access and automation that meets their needs for today’s hectic IT environment combined with long term storage that meets industry or governmental requirements.
UBD, the Universal Backup Device, is a D2D tape emulation solution that enables iSeries users the ability to automate their backup process, and eliminate or reduce the use of physical tape for their data protection. Restoring data with UBD becomes a simple task completed in a fraction of the time restoring from tape requires. Read More
LaserVault UBD/VM Integration Further Streamlines the IBM i Backup and Restore Process
CATEGORY: HIGH AVAILABILITY / DISASTER RECOVERY
PUBLISHED: 06 DECEMBER 2016
WRITTEN BY ELECTRONIC STORAGE CORPORATION
Modern day data centers looking to accelerate their IBM i backup and recovery operations and improve operational efficiencies can now use the Universal Backup Device (UBD) from LaserVault in a virtual environment to eliminate the associated managerial, transport, and storage costs that come with using physical tape.
UBD is compatible with VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V, and other popular hypervisors. A dedicated server for UBD is no longer required. With the VM integration option, businesses save by not having to invest in new hardware, the only purchase being the UBD software which comes with the necessary Fibre Channel card. Read More
Technology Focus: Handling Backup and Recovery Chores In-House
System Administration – High Availability / Disaster Recovery
Written by John Ghrist
Monday, 18 May 2015 00:00
…To Brad Jensen, CEO at Electronic Storage Corporation (ESC), the keys to a backup strategy are “capacity and speed. Cloud storage is horribly slow and should only be used as a last-resort backup.” – Brad Jensen, CEO of Electronic Storage Corporation, is quoted in this article on Backup and Recovery Chores In-House.
Electronic Storage Corporation Announces New Solution UBD Replacador
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LaserVault Partners with Sanwa Comtec to Offer UBD Tapeless Backup
Electronic Storage Corporation expands global offering of UBD for IBM i and Linux systems by partnering with Sanwa Comtec to offer the tapeless backup solution in Japan and India.
Electronic Storage Corporation expands its global presence by partnering with Sanwa Comtec, a Premier IBM Business Partner, to offer the LaserVault UBD tapeless backup solution for IBM i and Linux, in Japan and India. A well-known backup solutions provider in the midrange market in Japan, Sanwa currently sells the LaserVault Backup TCP/IP solution. Adding UBD to their product offering enables them to meet the needs of customers looking for a high-speed tapeless backup solution for their IBM i and Linux hosts.
Alaska Telecom Ditches Tape for LaserVault UBD
Copper Valley Telecom, a small telephone company that serves the city of Valdez, Alaska, has left behind the hassles of tape and embraced the simplicity of disk-to-disk backups. Since adopting the LaserVault Universal Backup Device (UBD) to backup its production IBM i server, the company is enjoying significantly faster and more automated backups. And thanks to LaserVault UBD’s Web interface, IT staffers no longer fumble around with tapes when the company needs to build a test environment.
Copper Valley Telecom Replaces Tape with LaserVault UBD and Achieves a Significantly Simpler Backup Process
Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) February 21, 2014
Copper Valley Telecom has simplified their
IBM i backups backups and improved overall efficiencies by implementing the LaserVault Universal Backup Device (UBD) from Electronic Storage Corporation to replace their tape backup library.
LaserVault Debuts New Backup Option for IBM I
If you’re in the market for a backup and recovery solution for IBM i, you might want to keep Electronic Storage Corp. and its LaserVault line of solutions on your list. The Oklahoma company already offered several backup solutions through its Universal Backup Device (UBD) appliance and its LaserVault Backup software offering. This month the company fleshed out its UBD lineup with UBD Synch.
Tectrade offers LaserVault Backup as iSeries Tapeless Backup Solution
Tectrade, a technology solutionsprovider and IBM Premier Business Partner with offices in the Netherlands, Australia, United Kingdom, and the United States, has added LaserVault’s Universal Backup Device (UBD) to their recommended solutions for iSeries users in BeNeLux (Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg). LaserVault Backup is a tapeless backup solution that seamlessly integrates with the iSeries and AS/400 to provide fast and secure backups with or without the need for tape media, creating the ultimate backup solution for many businesses.
UBD and Exagrid combine to bring you fast, simple disk-based backups
LaserVault UBD added to IBM Global Solutions Directory
UBD’s Fibre Channel disk to disk backup for all iSeries AS/400 systems provides fast, reliable and secure backups without physical tapes. UBD emulates a 3580 tape drive and uses existing backup software and procedures so training is minimal. UBD reduces the time and cost of doing tape backups and eliminates most sources of manual error.
LaserVault Aims for Simplicity with New IBM i Backup Appliance
LaserVault last week unveiled an all-in-one backup appliance that gives IBMi shops the versatility of a virtual tape library (VTL), but without the complexity and overhead. The new Universal Backup Device, or UBD, appears to the IBMi server as a Fibre Channel-connected tape drive, but in reality, it’s a Windows-based appliance that holds up to 6 TB of IBMi data on RAID-protected disk.
Universal Backup Device Synch From LaserVault Replaces Tape for Offsite and DR Backup for IBM I
With the introduction of UBD (Universal Backup Device) Synch from LaserVault (Electronic Storage Corporation), businesses using Linux or IBM i no longer have to create or transport physical tape backups to an off-site DR location. The new feature is available as an add-on to LaserVault’s Universal Backup Device (UBD), the D2D tapeless backup solution for Linux, iSeries, AS/400, and System i hosts.
Tectrade to Sell LaserVault UBD in Europe
Tectrade, a Dutch provider of IBM i solutions in several countries, this month announced that it has picked up and will start selling Electronic Storage Corp.’s LaserVault Universal Backup Device (UBD) to clients in Europe.
LaserVault Announces UBD Universal Backup Device
For businesses that use an IBM® iSeries® system and are struggling with managing the process and all that’s entailed for backing up and storing data through tape media, LaserVault’s UBD Universal Backup Device now offers a seamless solution with an ease of use and implementation rarely seen in today’s world of technological advancements.
UBD and Exagrid combine to bring you fast, simple disk-based backups
With the combination of IBM iSeries, LaserVault UBD and ExaGrid disk-based backup with deduplication, you can achieve faster backups and store data in much smaller footprints.
Universal Backup Device (UBD) write throughput increases to 409MB/sec
LaserVault has increased Fibre Channel write throughput in our Universal Backup Device (UBD) to an amazing 409MB/second.