Hardware vs. Software Data Replication for Business Continuity (Disk/Cache Flushing vs. Transactional Replication Engines)

Service Availability and Avoiding Data Loss

A business continuity architecture built on software-based transactional data replication is the only viable solution to meet the highest levels of service availability and protection against data loss for mission-critical applications.

Data Availability and Data Replication

Data availability, a company’s most valuable asset, depends on the existence of up-to-date backup data copies. Data replication is an enabling technology for achieving high or continuous availability for application services and the timely backup of important data. In this paper, hardware (disk/cache flushing) and software (data replication engines) approaches for business continuity are compared and contrasted.

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