Converging Continuous Availability and Disaster Recovery with Just Two Data Centers – You Really Can Have It All

Converging Continuous Availability and Disaster Recovery with Just Two Data Centers – You Really Can Have It All

The gold standard for mission-critical business continuity is continuous availability and rapid disaster recovery, but many organizations struggle to achieve both, especially when application performance, tight budgets, limited staffing, and other challenges are added to the risk management equation. The traditional narrative has been that continuous availability and rapid recovery requires a three-data-center configuration or at least three database installations, but Axxana’s Phoenix overturns that story in an elegant, cost-effective way. Using Axxana’s Phoenix to converge continuous availability and disaster recovery solutions into one, organizations can significantly reduce the cost and complexity of business continuity by eliminating the need for one complete standby installation, including servers, licenses, communication ports, cabling, power, cooling, and so on. That is, instead of two complete standby installations, only one is needed.

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