Part 1: Protecting Microsoft Exchange Server databases using Hitachi Data Instance Director

This is part 1 of a 6-part video series that show how to protect Microsoft Exchange Server databases using Hitachi Data Instance Director.

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In this series of videos, we demonstrate storage-based protection by triggering a Hitachi Thin Image snapshot and a Hitachi ShadowImage clone, mounting the clone to an alternate host for repurposing, and reverting for restore.

We also demonstrate host-based protection by backing up and restoring Microsoft Exchange Server.

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