Monthly Archives: March 2019

Technical Note: Preparing An Image to Upload to Oracle’s Gen 2 Cloud

Technical Note: Preparing An Image to Upload to Oracle’s Gen 2 Cloud

Disaster recovery to the cloud is a very attractive option for organizations that require business continuity in the event of disasters but want to minimize the capital expenditures and operating costs associated with on-premises solutions. Axxana’s Phoenix for Oracle allows organizations to leverage the Oracle Cloud and other cloud environments for disaster recovery, without experiencing the application availability and downtime issues associated with typical hybrid DR solutions. In order to use Axxana’s Phoenix for Oracle in the Oracle Cloud Generation 2 environment, organizations must first upload Axxana’s Recovery Gateway image to the Oracle Cloud Gen 2 environment.

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Disaster Recovery: Understanding the Path Forward

Dr. Alex Winokur, Axxana’s co-founder and chief technology officer, is a world-renowned innovator in the areas of data management, data protection, and storage. With more than 30 years’ experience and as an author/co-author of more than 15 patents in the areas of storage, network management, and telecommunications, he has not only helped shape the recent history of disaster recovery (DR) but is also instrumental in creating DR and high-availability solutions that are leading the way into the future.

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Disaster Recovery in the Hybrid Cloud: Enabling High Availability

Disaster Recovery in the Hybrid Cloud: Enabling High Availability

As organizations increasingly adopt cloud-based solutions, it’s no surprise that a growing number of organizations are using a hybrid cloud model, including disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS), for disaster recovery. In this model, organizations host mission-critical applications on premises while outsourcing disaster recovery operations to a cloud services provider. The advantage of this strategy is that organizations maintain control of data management even as they offload the capital expenses and operational burdens associated with a standby disaster recovery site.

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