IBM DS8000 Safeguarded Copy (Updated for DS8000 R9.1)

A draft IBM Redpaper publication

Updated 21 January 2021

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IBM Form #: REDP-5506-01

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Authors: Michael Frankenberg, Nick Clayton, Rick Pekosh, Mark Wells

Abstract

This IBM® Redpaper™ publication explains the IBM DS8000 Safeguarded Copy functionality.
With Safeguarded Copy, organizations have the ability to improve their cyber resiliency by frequently creating protected point-in-time backups of their critical data, with minimum impact and effective resource utilization.

The paper introduces Safeguarded Copy and discusses the need for logical corruption protection (LCP) and information about regulatory requirements. It presents the general concepts of LCP, and then explore various use cases for recovery.

The paper is intended for IT security architects, who plan and design an organization's cyber security strategy, as well as the infrastructure technical specialists who implement them.

This edition applies to DS8000 Release 9.1

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Safeguarded Copy introduction and concepts
Chapter 2. Safeguarded Copy planning and considerations
Chapter 3. Safeguarded Copy capacity sizing by using the CSM ESESizer functionality
Chapter 4. Safeguarded Copy implementation and management
Appendix A. Additional Topologies

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