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Backup and Recovery Quizzes

We've gathered a collection of quizzes to test your knowledge of backup and recovery. You'll find quizzes about backup technologies and strategies as well as the nitty-gritty aspects, such as specific commands.

Need more information before you get started? See our definitions for backup, recovery and storage.

  • Backup and Recovery Terminology -- Test your knowledge of the essential terms related to backup and recovery technologies.

  • Backup and Recovery -- This quiz covers backup procedures, archiving systems and data replication, among other things.

  • Backup School -- The areas this quiz covers include drive types, partitioning and disk imaging.

  • iSeries Backup Commands -- By taking this quiz, you'll not only sharpen your backup and recovery skills, you'll be up-to-date on important backup tricks if you read the associated tips.

  • iSeries Backup and Recovery -- Test your iSeries smarts with our word scramble. See if you can unscramble these 20 iSeries-related words.

 

We've got lots more! Check out the full collection of WhatIs.com quizzes to test your tech mettle on a wide range of subjects. You'll find quizzes about storage and storage management as well as many other topics, including databases, networking, programming and much more. Want to get more specific information? See all our definitions of Backup and Recovery terms.

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