AppSync 3.0 for SQL/Oracle/Windows File Systems
New vLab Overview
AppSync simplifies and automates the process of generating and consuming copies of production data. By abstracting the underlying storage and replication technologies, and through deep application integration, AppSync empowers Application Owners to satisfy copy demand for Operational Recovery and Data Repurposing on their own. In turn, Storage Administrators need only be concerned with initial setup and policy management, resulting in an agile, friction-less environment.
AppSync automatically discovers application databases, learns the database structure and maps it through the Virtualization Layer to the underlying storage LUN. It then orchestrates all the activities required from copy creation and validation through mounting at the target host and launching or recovering the application. Workflows also include Refresh, Expire and Restore Production.
AppSync 3.0 for SQL, Oracle and Windows File System Feature Highlights
Lab Module Highlights
This updated vLab, AppSync 3.0 for SQL, Oracle and Windows File Systems, based on AppSync 3.0 provides several use cases such as the following:
This vLab includes the following:
Lab 1: Browsing the AppSync Console
Lab 2: Adding Resources to AppSync (this lab must be completed before undertaking any other lab)
- Two Windows SQL database servers
- Three Linux Oracle database servers
Lab 3: Managing SQL
Lab 4: Managing Oracle
Lab 5: Managing File System Replication
Lab 6: Deploying a new AppSync 3.0 server and registering a UnityVSA storage array
Accessing the Demo Systems
For those of you with existing vLab accounts, these demos will be available for reservation via your Library. If you do not have a vLab account please register at https://portal.demoemc.com. If you are not an EMC Presales System Engineer and don’t have access to one and would like to take this lab for personal learning, please contact vLab Support for assistance.
More information about EMC AppSync, such as sales and marketing, or technical presentations, along with links to recorded demonstrations can be found on EMC Support.
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