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Disaster recovery for virtual environments: One simple solution for five common SAN replication challenges

Hani El-Qasem, Solution Architect at SimpliVity

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Published: September, 2012
Did you know there’s an exponential increase in cost when you increase application uptime from 99.99% to 99.999%? Implementing SAN (Storage Area Network) replication for disaster recovery (DR) in virtual environments can be a complex, expensive and high-risk strategy.
This white paper reviews SAN technologies and examines asynchronous replication of virtual infrastructures for DR, pointing out differences between SAN-level and VM-level strategies.

Download this white paper now to learn about five of the common challenges in SAN-based replication:

  • Hardware dependency
  • Application consistency
  • Bandwidth constraints for your SAN
  • Failover and failback management
  • Replication of corrupt data

Find out how you can meet these challenges with a single solution!


Did you know there’s an exponential increase in cost when you increase application uptime from 99.99% to 99.999%? Implementing SAN (Storage Area Network) replication for disaster recovery (DR) in virtual environments can be a complex, expensive and high-risk strategy.
This white paper reviews SAN technologies and examines asynchronous replication of virtual infrastructures for DR, pointing out differences between SAN-level and VM-level strategies.

Download this white paper now to learn about five of the common challenges in SAN-based replication:

  • Hardware dependency
  • Application consistency
  • Bandwidth constraints for your SAN
  • Failover and failback management
  • Replication of corrupt data

Find out how you can meet these challenges with a single solution!


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