Now you have a choice. Axxana’s Phoenix solutions bring zero data loss and rapid recovery to your enterprise—without the costs and limitations of traditional disaster recovery solutions.
The Days of Compromise Are Over
Traditional disaster recovery solutions—whether using synchronous replication, asynchronous replication, or some combination of the two—often require significant trade-offs related to cost, data loss, recovery time, performance, and data center location. Many organizations are forced to choose between synchronous replication, with its high cost and distance limitations, or lower-cost asynchronous replication with its inevitable data loss resulting in a slow and often risky recovery. Even combined sync-async topologies are vulnerable to data loss in the event of regional outages or rolling disasters—not to mention their prohibitive cost.
Axxana’s Phoenix solutions provide the best of all worlds—mitigating risks, increasing efficiencies, and lowering costs in a wide range of use cases. Whatever your data protection and disaster recovery challenges are, Axxana changes the game.
Zero data loss and full consistency across applications means you can return to normal operations faster, reducing the risk of lost revenue, productivity, or customers.
Phoenix synchronizes all applications and databases in the Oracle environment to one consistent point in time, allowing the fastest possible recovery.
Unmatched Cost Reduction
No data loss. No three-data-center topology. No bandwidth upgrades. Less human intervention. Phoenix reduces capital, operational, and risk-related costs.
No Distance Barrier
Locate your DR site at any distance from the primary site. Phoenix augments your asynchronous replication and protects the entire data lag right at the primary site.
No Costly Communication Lines
The disaster-proof Black Box protects and transfers the data lag from its location at the primary site, eliminating bandwidth costs related to synchronous replication.
RPO = 0 at Flash Speeds
Phoenix protects the most recent not-yet-replicated snapshot and is the only technology that ensures synchronous replication of flash-based storage arrays.