Texas Lab online

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The Texas BRS team spent the last few days bringing our demo lab online. Thanks to the all of the teams input and especially @kurtpage who worked through the night to get one of our Data Domain appliances back online. The picture attached to this post is a precursor to the modern SSD drive and was used in older Data Domain appliances. With the recent engineering updates made to the DDOS, this hardware component is no longer needed. We of course learned all of this after working with our incredible tech support team during a late night call. Simply pulling this module and using the correct USB boot loader got us back in action. It is amazing how much we learned during this lab building session, and now we want to show it off to you. Contact one of us on the BRS team here in Texas and ask us to demo our gear, and software. For example, we can now show you the following, and because this is our lab, we can customize a demo to suit your specific requirements. We are very proud of this lab and can’t wait to share it with everyone.

Avamar:
Integration with VMware
Integration with Exchange 2010
Integration with SharePoint 2010
Integration with SQL
Integration with Oracle
Integration with Data Domain
Integration with Networker

Data Domain:
CIFS/NFS access
Integration with SQL
Integration with Oracle
Integration with Networker
Integration with Avamar
Mtree support
Remote replication (We are even using our WAN to best simulate real life conditions)

Networker:
Integration with VMware
Integration with Exchange 2010
Integration with SharePoint 2010
Integration with SQL
Integration with Oracle
Integration with Data Domain
Integration with Avamar

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