True 15-Minute RTO for Mission-Critical VM Systems

Essential Line of Business (LoB) operations cease to function when business critical systems interrupts and corporate business is significantly impacted. Moreover, the longer it takes to restore a mission-critical system, the greater the likelihood that the business will face substantial repercussions. As a result, nirvana for a Service Level Agreement (SLA) for business continuity centers on zero recovery time and zero recovery point objectives (RTO and RPO). The only way to recover a VM with full functionality and full performance without performing an explicit restore operation is through VM replication.

Key Takeaways from This Paper:

  • Mission-critical systems at the majority of IT sites fall into one of two major categories:
    database-driven financial and process-control manufacturing systems
  • For mission-critical systems that do not require specialized process-control hardware, high-performance VMs within a vSphere virtual environment provide IT with a distinct advantage in dealing with scenarios that impact business continuity
  • By using efficient DRM system, IT can limit data loss to 15 minutes of processing on active mission critical VMs

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