Welcome to this Ask the Expert session. On this occasion our experts will discuss how EMC is redefining entry level data protection storage with the new data protection platform DD2200.
Customers struggle with the challenges driven by unrelenting data growth and data protection needs
The new DD2200 offers enterprise-class functionality, increased capacity, performance and stream count at entry level prices for remote offices and IT departments.
Our experts are standing by to cover all this and much more over the next 2 weeks.
|Predrag Spasic is a Product Manager with EMC’s Data Protection and Availability Division responsible for product management of high end data protection storage systems. Predrag has more than 15 years of experience in the storage, servers and networking business.|
|Alex Chang is a Sr. Product Manager for EMC DPAD, specializing in Data Domain Mid-Range and Entry products and Avamar products. Graduated of MIT's Sloan School of Management and Department of Electrical Engineering.|
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New to the community hoping I am doing this correctly.
So In regards to DataDomain. We are currently revamping a clients site that uses VDP-A 5.5 into Data Domain storage. My question is, if the VDP-A appliance was to get corrupted is there a way to rebuild the appliance and reattach the data from the old appliance that now lives inside the avamar directory on the DD?
If not, are emc and vmware working to get this resolved?
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