- Ensure continuous business operations while maintaining data availability
- Mitigate risk of data loss and protect data integrity
- Improve resiliency of IT infrastructure and services
- Lower cost of recovery and restoration
- Automate appropriate response to disruptive events
- Meet and exceed recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO) targets
- Gain the flexibility to use heterogeneous storage equipment for data replication and protection
City of Carmel
It is so important to keep our systems up and running at all times. DataCore software-defined storage gives me peace of mind because I know I can rely on it, along with outstanding support from both Mirazon and DataCore.
Synchronous Mirroring: Prevents equipment and site outages, both planned and unplanned, from disrupting business operations. Active-active copies of data are continuously mirrored at high speeds between physically separate locations within a metropolitan area. In contrast with competing alternatives, no manual intervention or scripting is needed for failover, resynchronization, or failback.
Asynchronous Remote Replication: Replicate critical data to remote plants, co-location facilities and public cloud services over long distance IP connections to mitigate the effects of regional disasters. IT teams can also test their disaster recovery functionality during normal operations.
Point-in-Time Data Copies: SANsymphony offers several ways to generate point-in-time copies necessary to restore data that has been corrupted or lost.
- Backup is enabled through integration with popular third-party backup tools.
- Snapshots capture known good points-in-time for rapid recall.
- Continuous Data Protection (CDP) serves much like a digital video recorder, recording and timestamping every I/O without interrupting applications. The state of a volume can then be rolled back to the instant before data corruption or deletion occurred.