Security breaches, data-corruption, hardware failure, fire, theft … Each of these contributes to unplanned cost, business inefficiency, confidence-loss and customer drift. If IT-failure involves cost and penalty, then a good Disaster Recovery Solution should help to reduce cost and lessen the impact of disruption whenever it might otherwise occur.
Disaster Recovery Solutions result in lower running costs, better customer retention, greater data integrity and higher productivity amongst high-value staff.
DR Solution – PlateSpin Forge
PlateSpin Forge is an out-of-the-box appliance that combines virtualisation with management software to provide protection for up to 25 server workloads (including Operating Systems, Applications and Data) at any one time. PlateSpin Forge® provides a compelling way to replicate and protect server workloads as in the event of primary system failure, workloads are rapidly powered up in the PlateSpin Forge recovery environment and continue to run as normal.
With Platespin Forge® users enjoy the very same services to those provided by their primary systems – including OS, applications and data. Platespin Forge® is suitable both for Windows and Linux environments, including SUSE® LInux Enterprise from Novell.
PlateSpin Forge® is an award-winning, hardware-independent, fail-over / backup solution supported by Securelinx. ( …Read More)
PlateSpin Forge Features & Benefits
- Revolutionizes the way disaster recovery solutions are deployed, tested and managed
- Easy-to-use hardware appliance for protecting business-critical servers in the data center
- DR at the workload level — protecting data, applications and operating systems as a single, unified stack.
- Uses virtualization to protect server workloads—providing flexible standby recovery
- Restores workloads back to any physical or virtual machine once the disaster has passed
- Business operations restored in minutes
- Provides all the storage, server and software technology required (pre-packaged)
- Protects identified physical and virtual workloads in a matter of hours