Hitachi Data Systems

Asynchronous Replication and Centralized NAS

HDS

Bandwidth, congestion, latency, and dropped packets are common challenges when replicating data across an IP Wide Area Network (WAN). Any one of these can impede replication processes or prevent them from happening entirely. They can also increase WAN infrastructure and support costs, and impact the total cost of ownership (TCO) for offsite data protection.

HDS uses Silver Peak replication acceleration to deliver a proven solution for offsite data replication. With this joint solution, enterprises can protect more data across longer distances, and perform replication over cost-effective shared WANs (e.g. MPLS, Internet VPNs and cloud) for significant cost savings.

For more information, email hds@silver-peak.com.

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Joint Benefits

  • Meet Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) – Replicate more data in less time to remote offsite locations.
  • Replicate over longer distances - Eliminate distance limitations between source/target devices.
  • Improve business continuity – Maintain redundant data center(s) for hot failover.
  • Lower disaster recovery costs - Eliminate costly dedicated networks for replication and avoid bandwidth upgrades.

Sample Joint Customers

Resources

  • Bandwidth, congestion, latency, and dropped packets are all common challenges associated with replicating data across an IP Wide Area Network (WAN). Any one of these problems can impede replication processes or prevent them from happening entirely. These issues can also increase WAN infrastructure and support costs, which have a significant impact on the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for offsite data protection
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  • Limited WAN bandwidth, network congestion, latency, and dropped packets can all wreak havoc on data replication between data centers over the Wide Area Network (WAN). Any one of these issues can dramatically increase replication time, exceeding recovery point objective (RPO) times or even preventing replication from happening altogether
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  • Enterprises are becoming ever more virtual – with many remote offices creating, accessing, and sharing data with centralized offices and other remote facilities. The result has been an explosion of unstructured data (content and files). While much of this data is stored centrally, it must be accessed by many different distributed locations, which creates a unique challenge for storage and network managers.
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  • Many remote/branch offices create, access, and share data with central data centers as well as other remote/branch offices. At the same time, there is an increasing the requirement to better manage and utilize the remote data in a centralized environment. Access to this consolidated storage is typically over a wide area network (WAN) links which are shared by both data traffic as well as unified communications (VOIP and video).
    Category: Best Practices