Replication processes are used for sharing information so as to ensure consistency between redundant resources, such as software or hardware components, to improve reliability, fault-tolerance, or accessibility. Data replication is used to store the same data on multiple storage devices.
The most basic replication method is disk mirroring, typical for locally-connected disks in a local (short-distance) operation. A replication is extendable across a computer network, so the disks can be located in physically distant locations. The purpose is to avoid damage done by, and improve availability in case of, local failures or disasters.
You can protect your business and maintain highly available data and applications, by replicating data over long distance.
Whether you replicate data for disaster recovery purposes, reporting, testing, or other enterprise application needs, PERFORMANCE can design and architect a cost effective replication solution that fits your needs and available bandwidth, and protects the value of your business.