Backup und Recovery sind mit die wichtigsten Aufgaben, die bei einer produktiven Umgebung anfallen. Hierbei spielt es keine Rolle, ob es sich um die virtuelle Welt handelt oder ob physische Systeme gesichert werden müssen. Auch eine Probewiederherstellung sollte zu den regelmäßigen Aufgaben eines jeden Administrators gehören. Im Falle eines Falles muss man sich auf ein Backup verlassen können, und man sollte dieses auch regelmäßig durch ein Recovery überprüfen oder über diese Software automatisiert durchführen lassen. In diesem Buch finden Sie Erläuterungen zu allen wichtigen Vorgehens- und Hinweisen zu deren richtiger Verwendung. Veeam Backup & Replication ist die Backup- und Replikationslösung für virtuelle und physische Maschinen mit Windows und Linux als Betriebssystem und VMware oder Hyper-V als Basis. Dieses Backup-Programm wurde nicht umsonst schon mehrfach ausgezeichnet. Es nimmt dem Benutzer die schwierigen Aufgaben ab und arbeitet im Hintergrund stabil und zuverlässig. Das Buch beginnt zunächst mit der Installation der Software und optionalen Komponenten sowie deren Voraussetzungen, behandelt alle wichtigen Einstellungs- und Konfigurationsmöglichkeiten der Software, gibt Hinweise und Tipps aus der Praxis, bietet Lösungsmöglichkeiten bei Problemen und erklärt Funktionen wie 3-2-1, GFS, synthetische Backups, Wiederherstellungsmöglichkeiten von AD, SQL, Oracle, Exchange sowie SharePoint, Einrichten von SureBackup Jobs und vieles mehr. Best Practices: Expertenwissen aus erster Hand Ralph Göpel ist Diplominformatiker, Microsoft Certified System Engineer und VMware Certified Professional. Er gibt Unterricht in den verschiedensten IT-Bereichen und Themen. Seit ca. 18 Jahren arbeitet er insbesondere als Consultant und Dozent mit den Produkten von VMware, seit einigen Jahren gehören die Produkte von Veeam mit dazu. Er unterstützt seine Kunden bei der Implementierung, macht Troubleshooting und übernimmt die Betreuung von kleinen bis großen Umgebungen.
Replication is a way of copying and updating information in a database. The Definitive Guide to SQL Server 2005 Replication is for Microsoft database developers and administrators who want to learn about the different types of replication and those best suited to SQL Server 2005. The book will also delve into advanced topics like replication of SQL Server with heterogeneous databases; replication of different database objects like stored procedures; backup and recovery of replicated databases; performance and tuning; and finally troubleshooting replication. As such, this book will address the concerns of both novice and advanced users of replication.
Enhanced by working code examples and illustrations of working systems, a comprehensive guide to the complex Oracle replication architecture and process covers such topics as the syntax for refresh intervals, snapshot log management, refresh timings, multimaster replication tuning and monitoring, and conflict resolution techniques. Original. (Advanced)
Author: Arthur Kornberg
Publisher: University Science Books
Release Date: 2005
Often imitated but never rivalled, DNA Replication, regarded around the world as a classic of modern science, is now back in print in a paperback edition. Tania Baker and Nobel Prize-winner Arthur Kornberg's insightful coverage of DNA replication and related cellular processes have made this 1992 edition the standard reference in the field.
Author: Bernadette Charron-Bost
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2010-03-02
Consistency models for replicated data /Alan D. Fekete and Krithi Ramamritham --Replication techniques for availability /Robbert van Renesse and Rachid Guerraoui --Modular approach to replication for availability /Fernando Pedone and André Schiper --Stumbling over consensus research: misunderstandings and issues /Marcos K. Aguilera --Replicating for performance: case studies /Maarten van Steen and Guillaume Pierre --A history of the virtual synchrony replication model /Ken Birman --From viewstamped replication to byzantine fault tolerance /Barbara Liskov --Implementing trustworthy services using replicated state machines /Fred B. Schneider and Lidong Zhou --State machine replication with Byzantine faults /Christian Cachin --Selected results from the latest decade of quorum systems research /Michael G. Merideth and Michael K. Reiter --From object replication to database replication /Fernando Pedone and André Schiper --Database replication: a tutorial /Dettina Kemme, Ricardo Jiménez-Peris, Marta Patiño-Martínez, and Gustavo Alonso --Practical database replication /Alfrânio Correia Jr. ...[et al.].
A girl discovers her geneticist father is covering up multiple secrets—all of which are named Jason. Jason 3:3—known as Martyr—always believed his life had purpose. As one of the hundreds of clones living in a closed-off underground facility beneath an Alaskan farm, he has been told his genetics hold the key to saving humanity from an airborne pandemic aboveground, and his purpose will be filled on his upcoming eighteenth birthday. The problem is no such pandemic exists. Unaware of the truth, Martyr wishes for one glimpse of the sky before his expiration date arrives. His escape leads him to the home of one of the scientists, and to Abby Goyer. As she helps Martyr, she can’t help but notice his uncanny resemblance to the high school quarterback. Abby soon uncovers the dark truth behind Jason Farms and her dad’s work, and decides to show Martyr his true value and worth. As Martyr learns the truth behind his existence, he must decide if his God-given purpose is connected to the farm, or if it rests in a life with Abby.
Pro SQL Server 2008 Replication is for Microsoft database developers and administrators who want to learn about the different types of replication and those best suited to SQL Server 2008. This book will also cover advanced topics like replication with heterogeneous databases, backup and recovery of replicated databases, database mirroring with replication, log shipping with replication, troubleshooting, plus optimization and tuning. Tools like tablediff, SQLCMD, DTA, SQL Profiler, and Replication Monitor will be discussed to demonstrate the different techniques used in monitoring, administering, and troubleshooting replication. Examines the detailed configuration and the internal workings of the different replication types using real–life scenarios Covers replication with database mirroring and troubleshooting Discusses replication administration using different tools Table of Contents Introduction Replication Basics Types of Replication Configuring Snapshot Replication Using the GUI Configuring Snapshot Replication Using T-SQL Snapshot Generation Internals of Snapshot Replication Configuring Transactional Replication Using the GUI Configuring Transactional Replication Using T-SQL Internals of Transactional Replication Configuring Merge Replication Using the GUI Web Synchronization with Merge Replication Configuring Merge Replication Using T-SQL The Internals of Merge Replication Backup and Recovery of Snapshot and Transactional Replication Backup and Recovery of Merge Replication Optimizing Snapshot Replication Optimizing Transactional Replication Optimizing Merge Replication Heterogeneous Replication
Author: Luis Enjuanes
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2006-03-30
Human coronaviruses caused the SARS epidemic that infected more than 8000 people, killing about ten percent of them in 32 countries. This book provides essential information on these viruses and the development of vaccines to control coronavirus infections.
Author: Lynne Suzanne Cox
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Release Date: 2009
DNA replication, the process of copying one double stranded DNA molecule to form two identical copies, is highly conserved at the mechanistic level across evolution. Interesting in its own right as a fascinating feat of biochemical regulation and coordination, DNA replication is at the heart of modern advances in molecular biology. An understanding of the process at both the biological and chemical level is essential to developing new techniques in molecular biology. Insights into the process at the molecular level provide opportunities to modulate and intervene in replication. Rapidly dividing cells need to replicate their DNA prior to division, and targeting components of the replication process is a potentially powerful strategy in cancer treatment. Conversely, ageing may be associated with loss of replication activity and restoring it to cells may moderate some of the diseases associated with old age. Replication is, therefore, fundamental to a huge range of molecular biological and biochemical applications, and provides many potential targets for drug design. The fast pace of replication research, particularly in providing new structural insights, has outdated the majority of available texts. This learned, yet accessible, book contains the latest research written by those conducting it. It examines conserved themes providing a biological background for biochemical, chemical and pharmaceutical studies of this huge and exciting field. Rather than simply "itemising" the replication steps and the proteins involved, replication is tackled from a novel perspective. The book provides logical groupings of processes based upon biochemical similarities. The emphasis on mechanisms and the relationship between structure and function targets the chapters towards biochemists and biological chemists as well as molecular and cell biologists. The book highlights new insights into the replication process, from the assembly of pre-replication complexes, through polymerisation mechanisms, to considering replication in the context of chromatin and chromosomes. It also covers mitochondrial DNA replication, and includes archaeal paradigms, which are proving increasingly relevant to the study of replication in higher eukaryotes. Exciting potential drug targets in DNA replication are discussed, particularly in the context of treating malaria and cancer.
Author: Craig E. Cameron
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2009-05-28
This book provides the first comprehensive review of viral genome replication strategies, emphasizing not only pathways and regulation but also the structure-function, mechanism, and inhibition of proteins and enzymes required for this process.
Sybase 15 Replication Server Administration addresses the needs of a wide range of database professionals, explaining to both beginners and experts how to administer Sybase’s newest Replication Server release. This book examines all the knowledge, background information, and conceptual frameworks needed in order to get started on installing and administering Sybase Replication Server, and explores the world of contemporary cross-platform compatible Sybase Replication Server administration. Learn how to replicate business-critical data; configure database connections and routes; manage replicated tables, stored procedures, and subscriptions; set up a warm standby system; monitor replication performance and tune the database system; provide up-to-the-minute high availability of data; recover from failures and prevent data loss; troubleshoot the replication system.
Database replication is widely used for fault-tolerance, scalability and performance. The failure of one database replica does not stop the system from working as available replicas can take over the tasks of the failed replica. Scalability can be achieved by distributing the load across all replicas, and adding new replicas should the load increase. Finally, database replication can provide fast local access, even if clients are geographically distributed clients, if data copies are located close to clients. Despite its advantages, replication is not a straightforward technique to apply, and there are many hurdles to overcome. At the forefront is replica control: assuring that data copies remain consistent when updates occur. There exist many alternatives in regard to where updates can occur and when changes are propagated to data copies, how changes are applied, where the replication tool is located, etc. A particular challenge is to combine replica control with transaction management as it requires several operations to be treated as a single logical unit, and it provides atomicity, consistency, isolation and durability across the replicated system. The book provides a categorization of replica control mechanisms, presents several replica and concurrency control mechanisms in detail, and discusses many of the issues that arise when such solutions need to be implemented within or on top of relational database systems. Table of Contents: Overview / 1-Copy-Equivalence and Consistency / Basic Protocols / Replication Architecture / The Scalability of Replication / Eager Replication and 1-Copy-Serializability / 1-Copy-Snapshot Isolation / Lazy Replication / Self-Configuration and Elasticity / Other Aspects of Replication