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Posted Apr 27, 2010

Data Recovery using EchoStream

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

If you are like most individuals today, you tend to expect your bank to provide accurate, reliable and timely data for your accounts.  For the most part this has been the case for a long time.  Although with the advent of personal computers, ATM machines and the internet, we are also now expecting our banking information to be available 24X7.  In order to accomplish this or at least come close to meeting this expectation you need to have a rock solid backup and recovery strategy.

EchoStream by AIX provided by Vision Solution is designed to solve some of the basic backup and recovery issues.  EchoStream makes sure you do not have to worry about your backup window by constantly streaming your data off to an alternate location.  Also by using technology known as Continue Data Protection, you are able to manage your Recovery Point and Time objectives.  Additionally by deploying redundant servers and remote replication you can make sure your transactions are safely backed up in case of a disaster.  

To understand how EchoStream works and can minimize your data backup and recovery concerns, read this white paper.  This paper also provides sample use cases that demonstrate how EchoStream can provide zero impact data protection, local recovery and/or multiple site locations for your critical backup information.   Make sure your backup and recovery solutions for your AIX applications meet the requirements of today’s customer expectations.  

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