Make remote replication work for your organization

SearchDisasterRecovery.com Editorial Staff

Keeping your organization's data stored safely is a critical part of any disaster recovery strategy, and using remote replication to move data to an offsite location can offer a level of protection against data loss.

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The role of remote replication in enterprise data storage

Remote replication has grown and can now be used throughout the data center for other jobs, like continuous data protection (CDP) and host failover support. In our podcast, Jeff Boles of the Taneja Group talks about remote replication's role in enterprise data storage and some of the available replication products.

Using remote data replication for disaster recovery

Some organizations with more than one location choose remote data replication for disaster recovery. There are a lot of factors to consider when deciding if this approach is right for your needs. David Chapa, senior analyst with the Enterprise Strategy Group, outlines the pros and cons, what you need in place to facilitate this approach, how virtualization fits in, and the major vendors in this space.

Why is remote data replication important for disaster recovery scenarios?

Why do you need extra copies of your data? During a disaster, you may not have a functional primary data center, and in order to continue your business operation, you must restore the data using the data replication process. And having that copy of your data gives you the chance to at least pick up close to when you were impacted by the interruption.

This was first published in January 2012

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