HIGH AVAILABILITY

 

High Availability and Disaster Recovery for any infrastructure

 

Planned or unplanned, downtime can come from any direction, in any form, at any time. The inability to keep a company operational during a technology outage, facility destruction, loss of personnel or loss of critical third party services can cause irreversible damage to your business.

 

Applicable across multiple operating systems, on any hardware and in any physical, virtual or cloud-based environment, our high availability and disaster recovery solutions have been trusted for more than two decades. We utilize real-time replication to prevent data loss and enable fast recovery to secondary servers in the event of planned or unplanned failures at primary sites.

 

No matter what the reason is for your data loss—storage failure, no back-up copy, human error or corrupt— the results can be disastrous.

 

Keep your business-critical information systems continuously protected. When your recovery time and recovery point requirements are beyond what first-line Disaster Recovery solutions can achieve, Vision High Availability solutions are the answer. Not only can you achieve assured business continuity, you can count on fast, tangible ROI on your investment through improved productivity, reduced operating costs, streamlined regulatory compliance and more.

 

Vision High Availability solutions capture changes to data, applications and critical system objects in real time and replicate them to alternate (backup) servers. More importantly, they enable controlled, non-intrusive switching and fast, reliable failover to meet any contingency. Scalable, application independent and ready for virtualized and clustered environments, you can count on Vision High Availability solutions today and into the future.

 

 

High Availability Solutions

Easy, cost-effective reliable High Availability Solutions for
IBM iSeries Servers & for
IBM AIX Servers
Windows and Linux
High Availability Solutions.
Server Migration and DRaaS Solutions

Focus: Migration to "The Cloud"