Monthly Archives: August 2014

Flash Based Storage Systems and Axxana

Flash Based Storage Systems and Axxana

If you’re wondering how to take advantage of flash-based storage and still achieve zero data loss in the event of a disaster, read on. Flash-based storage is designed to provide extremely high volumes of I/O with very low latency. The challenge for disaster recovery in flash environments is that synchronous replication is unfeasible due to latency issues. This means that organizations can’t take advantage of flash when they need to protect high-value transactions. This white paper shows how Axxana’s Phoenix delivers the best of both worlds by guaranteeing zero data loss and near-zero recovery time in flash-based storage environments.

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Is Data Guard Max Availability Over Any Distance with Zero Loss Possible?

Is Data Guard Max Availability Over Any Distance with Zero Loss Possible?

The short answer – YES! We are all familiar with the most common challenges related to Asynchronous and Synchronous replication. To be reminded, you can refer to my colleague’s post on this issue. With all that has been said about the gap between the two, no company so far presented a combined solution within one product that can bridge this gap. Following a successful solution for EMC Storage and Replication systems, we came up with our new product for Oracle users.

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