by Silver Peak
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Published on: February 28, 2013
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 7 pages
When IT resources become unavailable, business becomes unavailable. While events like Superstorm Sandy, which devastated the eastern United States, are out of our control, putting a disaster recovery plan in place that mitigates the impact these events have on business is not.
Increasing data volumes, combined with the need to replicate over greater distances makes achieving recovery point objectives (RPOs) more difficult. In this paper we will explore trends in long-haul data replication, and how enterprises are protecting their data while still achieving RPOs. Topics covered include:
- The shortfall of current replication strategies
- Wasing WAN burdens with off-site replication
- Protecting data by accelerating off-site storage replication
- And more.