Disasters aren’t the only reason that organizations need to fail over to another data center. Hardware failures can also occur. In these scenarios, organizations using asynchronous replication typically lose yet-to-be-replicated data and files, resulting in application inconsistences, protracted reconciliation, and extended downtime. However, with Axxana’s Phoenix, they can avoid these risks and continue operations without interruption.
To find out how, watch our tutorial, When HW Goes Bust and WAN Still Works. In this tutorial, Eli Efrat, Axxana’s CEO and co-founder, walks through a high availability / business continuity scenario in which hardware or some other resource fails and causes a failover to the DR site. He explains how this scenario typically leads to data loss and therefore protracted recovery times, and then shows how Axxana’s Phoenix not only ensures application consistency and continuous availability in such a scenario, but also provides disaster-proof mechanisms for transferring data quickly to the DR site for rapid, full recovery. The total running time is 4:28.
The tutorial is part of a new tutorial series airing on Axxana’s YouTube channel. Each tutorial explores a different topic that is important to achieving continuous application availability. Axxana experts with decades of IT experience lead the tutorials, which are designed to provide a quick, easy-to-understand overview for disaster recovery and business continuity specialists, compliance officers, risk managers, and business leaders. Each tutorial is supported by additional content such as web pages, blogs, white papers, technical notes, and video animations.
For additional resources on this topic, please see the following links:
Web page: Phoenix Black Box
Web page: PhoenixOS™
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