0: Title Slide
3: Perspective (continued)
4: Definition of Terms
5: Definition of Terms (continued)
6: Definition of Terms (continued)
7: Definition of Terms (continued)
8: Definition of Terms (continued)
9: Example Architecture Tiers
10: Tier 1: BC/HA/DR/HA
11: Tier 2: BC/HA/DR
12: Tier 3: BC/DR
13: Tier 4: BC/HA
14: Tier 5: BC
15: Standardized SLA
16: Standardized SLA (continued)
17: Standardized SLA (continued)
18: Standardized SLA (continued)
19: Standardized SLA (continued)
Standardized Service Level Agreements (continued)
SLA Hardware Provisions
CPU can be guaranteed by number of CPU's (virtual or logical).
Underlying processing units associated with CPU's is NOT guaranteed or referenced by SLA.
Processing units are dynamic and controlled by service provider.
Unused memory may be reallocated dynamically to other LPARs.
May be shared or dedicated depending upon business function requirements.
Multi-tiered to accommodate tiered service structure.
Sync or Async replication between SANs.
Tape with automated replication between data centers.
Tape with off-site storage.
Local Tape only.
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