Disaster Recovery

How will your organisation survive if disaster strikes? Could you continue to operate if your server room or data centre is damaged by fire or flood?

To date, companies have been forced to look at fragmented, cobbled together solutions to protect against local server/component failures as well as real time disaster recovery (D/R) and failover technology.  Even worse, companies have been forced to deploy an inappropriate solution handling any outage, however small, as a full site disaster.  Typically this also involves complicated recovery procedures after a failover, including system downtime at recovery as well as when the fault or disaster strikes.  Our consolidated solutions provide a complete end-to-end availability solution no matter what the circumstance, providing always-on computing.

Now there is no need to cobble together two different solutions for high availability and disaster recovery purposes.

Our integrated fault tolerant, high availability and disaster recovery solutions ensure end-to-end application availability, no matter what the circumstances.  Ensuring your applications can sustain a local system failure is only one half of the equation.  Being prepared for a larger disruption is critical to delivery in the ‘always on’ world.

We unlock the power of multi-core fault tolerance for local protection and combine it with industry leading replication technology to address off-site disaster recovery requirements.

 

We deploy the only solution providing full fault tolerance to applications that require 100% uptime, combined with replication technology that ensures rapid failover to a secondary location should full site outage or disaster strike.  Local outages are local issues and only site outages should invoke full disaster recovery failover to a second site.

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