Storage Wide area network mirroring and replication:
Wide area network mirroring and replication
One of the easiest ways to protect vital data is to mirror (or copy) the data to a second location. If one copy fails, the second copy can be used. In many cases, data is mirrored locally in a storage array using a RAID 0 disk group, but this basic replication method does not offer any protection against disasters. This chapter of the WAN expansion guide focuses on remote mirroring and replication.
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Remote Data Replication E - In 2005, Hurricane Katrina underscored the vulnerability of local data and the importance of sending data offsite. Remote data replication duplicates data between remote servers or storage platforms across a wide area network (WAN). Remote replication...
Buying Guide - WAFS products support the efficient exchange of data between remote locations over a WAN, allowing remote offices to access data from a data center as if it were local. WAFS can typically support a wide range of applications across virtually any WAN...
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Learning Guide - This overview of WAN mirroring and replication discusses remote issues, rolling disasters, security and cost concerns.