I want to archive exchange mails and Microsoft Share Points data to HCP S10, How and What are the prerequisites required?
HCP will be the content repository, and will manage versions, number of copies of an object etc that have been ingested, but there still needs to be a data mover to put the data into HCP. For applications such as Exchange and SharePoint there needs to be a data mover that can identify potential files for archive, move those files, and provide a pointer or retrieval mechanism (like a stub file or shortcut link). If you are already using a data mover of some kind such as CommVault Simpana or Enterprise Vault, then they can already talk directly with HCP.
For the HCP S10 there are two components.
1. The HCP system - This is where the namespaces can be presented to the applications (like CV or EV). All data will need to hit the HCP, and this is where policies such as data protection levels and replication will occur.
2. The HCP S10 - This is a lower cost tier of storage that communicates with the HCP. Think of it as a private cloud bucket for your HCP. The HCP can tier data off of its "internal" storage (I say internal, but this is usually SAN connected) onto the lower cost storage of the S10. The HCP will maintain the metadata and access path to the data from the application.
Depending on how big your storage requirements are for archive, the standard HCP offering may be sufficient. The S10 certainly offers a value proposition when you are looking at deep, cold storage (ideal for archive less likely to be accessed regularly).
And remember that when looking at HCP solutions that replication to a geographically distributed site is always a consideration.
You may want to chat with your local HDS partner or sales rep and organise a session to look at your requirements and your environment to see what the best fit might be.
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Thanks for the explanation!!!
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