Recorded audio from the Peer Incite:
Mark your calendars for Wikibon’s next Peer Incite ... Tue, Apr 10th!
Is zero-data-loss disaster recovery achievable? Is it affordable? The desire for a tighter recovery time and a zero-data-loss environment to support the company’s $5Million/day in real-time order entry drove Animal Health International to look for a new disaster recovery solution. With a totally virtualized data center, one of the first to run SAP in a virtual-server environment, Tim Hays, VP of IT, knew that if he could get all of his data into a SAN and replicate that SAN to a second data center, then he can easily duplicate the production environment and meet a very short RTO. The problem was that the cost of synchronous replication was too expensive, both in initial equipment acquisition cost and in ongoing bandwidth expense. The company was resigned to live with 15 - 30 minutes of data loss, until he learned of a new solution that integrated with his existing infrastructure.
Join the Wikibon community as we discuss:
- What is the value of zero RPO?
- Who needs to be involved in a zero RPO decision?
- How does real-time order entry impact decisions regarding disaster recovery?
- How does peak volume impact the sizing of synchronous replication solutions?
- How does distance impact the ability to deliver a zero data loss environment?
- What is the value of providing a zero data loss environment for non production applications?
- How has virtualization changed disaster recovery testing?
- How can your organization deal more effectively with WAN link failures?
Please join us...
Call in details below:
Date: Tuesday, Apr 10, 2012
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm ET (9:00am - 10:00am PT)
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