Disaster recovery is a concept that asks, “How can an organization survive and respond to various threats, ranging from small hiccups to catastrophic destruction?” The threats to ongoing operations range from human error to malicious attacks to natural disasters. We recognize that in today’s 24/7 marketplace, IT infrastructure must be both resilient and highly available to keep organizations operational. Organizations need to prepare in ways that involve both human and technological responses.
At Scale Computing, we keep simplicity and ease of use in mind - built into our disaster recovery (DR) capabilities. These allow our users to recover quickly from disasters that may affect a single file to an entire site. Disaster recovery is often planned for and measured in recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO). Scale Computing’sHyperCore achieves RPO and RTO measured in minutes to minimize downtime and data loss.
Simplicity. Scalability. Availability. These bring significant value to DR, as the prevailing strategies and approaches add complexity and cost. This document will outline the strategies and built-in technologies to protect both data and workloads on SC//HyperCore to get services back online as quickly as possible following even the worst disasters.