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Why disaster Happen

Why disaster Happen

Think You’re Prepared for Disasters? Think Again. As part of business continuity and disaster recovery planning, organizations often focus on maintaining application availability and uptime by preventing or mitigating the natural and human-made events that lead to outages and disasters.

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Business impact

Business impact

The ROI of Zero Data Loss – New Research Shows Axxana’s Phoenix More Than Halves the Probability of a Disastrous Outage, While Paying for Itself in Seven Months Recent research shows that the cost of downtime due to data loss and unplanned outages ranges from 5 – 8 percent of revenue. Although avoiding these costs is a high priority for most organizations, the challenge has always been to balance the cost of business continuity solutions with the risks and costs associated with outage-related downtime.

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High availability for Far Sync

High availability for Far Sync

Achieving Both Disaster Recovery and High Availability—Right Out of the Box Continuous availability and disaster recovery are equally important goals for ensuring business continuity and managing risk in mission-critical environments. However, the means of achieving each goal is distinctly different, making it practically impossible—until now—for organizations to come up with a single, cost-effective solution that addresses both. Axxana’s Phoenix for Oracle Far Sync is the first commercially available solution to address this issue.

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Performance Analysis

Performance Analysis

Analysis Shows That Axxana’s Phoenix for Far Sync Significantly Improves Performance Oracle’s Far Sync feature in Active Data Guard offers the promise of zero data loss and therefore high application availability at any distance. However, depending on its distance from the primary site, it exacts a performance penalty that some organizations cannot tolerate. Axxana’s Phoenix for Oracle Far Sync overcomes this issue by allowing organizations to implement the Far Sync instance within the primary data center, while still guaranteeing zero loss of data, even in total data center or regional disasters.

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