is an essential component of any D3 disaster recovery
plan, and also solves the problem of the ever decreasing window
of time available for traditional backup strategies.
matter if your systems run 24/7 or just 9-5, the Viságe
Data Replication Service will help protect your valuable corporate
data by efficiently replicating it to one or more replication
servers, across the building or across the globe!
the event of a catastrophic system failure you need to get your
systems back online FAST. You don't have time to load your last
full backup, restore from an incremental save, replay a transaction
log (assuming you can retrieve this from the failed system), and
then wait for indicies to rebuild. With Viságe.DRS you
can be back online in a matter of minutes, not hours or days.
about D3 Hot Backup?
a start, Hot Backup isn't available to D3 NT Systems,
nor does it offer the added security of multiple replicated servers
and redundant logs, auto-recovery from network transport failures,
data transmission confirmation, clean system replication from
dirty backups, set and forget GUI administration, pro-active self
management - the list goes on.
does Viságe.DRS work?
logs don't consume overflow, so don't contribute to file fragmentation,
and can be on a physically separate drive than your database to
minimize I/O contention. Log transmission and processing is offloaded
to another system, freeing the database to concentrate on being
just a database, and reducing CPU processing load.
I need a special D3 Licence?
Each replicated server does require a D3
a single user system could be used to replicate a 1,000 user environment.
In the event of a system failure you would simply re-activate
one of your backup servers with your primary licence, just like
you would do if your disaster recovery plan required you to source
a new server.
is Viságe.DRS Licensed?
wanted Viságe.DRS to be affordable for everybody, and have
adopted a simple, low cost annual subscription model based on
the number of users on your primary/replicated server, and the
number of servers you wish to replicate to.