Sugar Land, Texas (PRWEB) January 29, 2009
NEON Enterprise Software, the mainframe experts, will host a webinar that will explain how to develop a backup and recovery plan that reduces risks, lowers costs and improves the overall service profile during a year of mergers and acquisitions.
Dan Hoffman, NEON director of product management, and Michael Figaro, NEON senior software consultant, will discuss the critical components of a DB2 recovery strategy including the type of storage media to use, frequency of backups, recovery time objectives, and risk analysis.
During a year of tighter budgets and mergers and acquisitions, database administrators know that it is critical to have a DB2 data recovery strategy that covers multiple points of failure and can properly set expectations for exactly how long an application or data might be down during an unplanned outage.
NEON DB2 Recovery Webinar
How do you know if your DB2 backup and recovery plan will work when you need it?
Feb. 4th, 2009
10:30 a.m. CT
To learn more or to register go to http://www.neonesoft.com, or call 281-491-6366 or 888-338-6366.
Attend this webinar and learn how to:
- Quickly identify gaps and lapses including unrecoverable DB2 objects
- Use benchmarks to predict recovery times for DB2 objects, systems and applications
- Report recoverability status now and over time to IT and business personnel and management
- Determine recovery risk and cost-benefit backup and recovery scenarios
About NEON Enterprise Software:
NEON Enterprise Software, the mainframe experts, provide solutions that lower the cost of mainframe computing. In an ever-changing world, our solutions protect, optimize and maintain your mainframe data and systems and minimize business risk. Founded in 1995, NEON Enterprise Software is headquartered in Sugar Land, Texas, and serves customers worldwide with its dedicated team of mainframe experts.
For more information about NEON Enterprise Software, visit http://www.neonesoft.com or call 281-491-6366 or 888-338-6366.
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