Businesses face a tidal wave of information and data that seems to increase daily. The ability to successfully and efficiently manage information and data has become imperative. The Tivoli Storage Manager family of products helps businesses successfully gain better control and efficiently manage the information tidal wave through significant enhancements in multiple facets of data protection.
Tivoli Storage Manager is a highly scalable and available data protection solution. It takes data protection scalability to the next level with a relational database, which is based on IBM DB2® technology. Greater availability is delivered through enhancements such as online, automated database reorganization.
This IBM Redbooks® publication describes the evolving set of data-protection challenges and how capabilities in Tivoli Storage Manager can best be used to address those challenges. This book is more than merely a description of new and changed functions in Tivoli Storage Manager; it is a guide to use for your overall data protection solution.
Portugal reveals its true face through a process of discovery. In each of its features, a river flows or a mountain rises up to reveal a special, unique image for each of its richly intense regions, thus creating a land of enduring memories, a genuine record of its development especially during the Age of Discovery when Portuguese art was at its peak.
Openly facing the wide expanse of ocean, Portugal continues its quest beyond its own borders. It is a country welcoming its guests, who find themselves seduced by its charm. The beauty of this country, steeped in its own traditions, shines through a succession of invasions and conquests that make up its history, affording the country its authenticity and grace. Portugal runs on down to the Algarve. This magnificent coastline always captivates tourists but it is the picturesque charm of the interior that will without doubt seduce the curious explorer in search of authenticity.
Hollis studied her face in the light of the campfire. “So, how does a shepherd girl find herself in the Forest of Fondair, heading to the Kiatri to lead a crusade against the Fontre?”
Cassai had untied her braid and was unraveling it. The curls tangled themselves around her small fingers. “Not a crusade, war. Lashai belongs to us. We were a free, peaceful people under the Namarielle. The land flourished, and the people had plenty. The Fontre took everything: our herds, our crops, our money, they even burned down our churches. Why would they do that?”
Her gaze had fallen into the darkness between the trees, and Hollis assumed this was a rhetorical question. "So, we’re going to fight them; our small band of Keepers and anyone else we can find to join us will fight for our Lashai. And if no one else joins, I’ll fight them alone. I just can’t live as their slave. I won’t."