Saturday, October 9, 2010

Single Mailbox Recovery Software from Netapp

Netapps single mailbox recovery software is a unique solution, which, when integrated with the storage system, enables you to retrieve individual messages, mailboxes and attachments without disrupting other users.
For an Exchange administrator, recovering a single message or a mailbox from the Microsoft Exchange messaging system, is a dreaded and time consuming job.  The use of SMBR software with Netapp storage eliminates the extra steps and time required to mount each backup of your exchange data for searching specific e-mails. The data can now be recovered literally in minutes, as against hours or days earlier.
With SMBR, time consuming brick level backups can be eliminated. Multiple exchange backups can be kept online with minimal disk requirement for each incremental backup. Maintaining a separate recovery server and storage to retrieve single mail box is not required. Individual Exchange items can be recovered directly to a Production Exchange server or a Outlook .PST file.
SMBR can be used to establish and verify e-mail evidence for compliance and legal requests.
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HP DL980G7 Server - Latest Entry in the HP Proliant Range of Servers

HP designed the DL980G7 server to take full advantage of Intel’s most powerful Xeon® processor 7500 series with Quick Path Interconnect (QPI). The HP DL980 G7 delivers an enhanced level of scale-up x86 performance, availability, and reliability. The HP DL980 G7 is the first server to use the HP PREMA Architecture, incorporating a node controller design with smart CPU caching and redundant system fabric.
With PREMA Architecture HP addresses customer requirements that have exceeded the performance and capacities offered by 4-socket x86 systems. The architecture supports a balanced system with more processors, more memory, and more I/O than previous generation x86 systems have provided.
The HP PREMA Architecture groups the processor sockets into multiple “QPI islands” of two directly connected sockets. This direct connection provides the lowest latencies. Each QPI island connects to two node controllers. The system contains a total of four node controllers. Each node controller stores information about all data located in the processor caches. This functionality is called “smart CPU caching.” Smart CPU caching provides significant benefits for system performance.
By reducing processor overhead, The ProLiant DL980 G7 server delivers better system performance for a diverse set of workloads than competitive 8-socket  and even larger systems. VMs, SAP, Microsoft SQL Server, and High Performance Computing applications will experience performance gains on this server.
The performance gains enabled by HP PREMA Architecture make it possible for a single ProLiant DL980 G7 server to support workloads previously running on many legacy servers. As a result you lower the space, power and cooling requirements needed to run those workloads.
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