This video shows an example of how IntelliMagic Vision can be used to determine how long it is, on average, before a second copy of the VTV’s exist in your Oracle VSM VTSS’s. Before a second copy exists you have an exposure if that particular VTSS were to fail. The VSM creates a second copy of VTV’s by migrating the VTV data to cartridges or replicating the VTV data to another VTSS. The video also shows how IntelliMagic Vision can drill down to see all of the recorded events that occurred for a particular VTV.

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