Your business can continue to operate without interruption in a natral disaster or unforeseen event.
With Geo-Failover, keep your mission critical applications online even if something happens at the primary data center that causes an interruption.
Keep your data synchronized across data centers in real time with end to end encryption to keep your data safe even during transit.
A Geo-failover plan takes Disaster Recovery planning to the ultimate level by providing real-time failover so you don’t have an interruption to your business.
A properly configured Geo-failover cluster setup provides both a primary and a secondary application infrastructure so that in the event of an interruption (down time) at the primary location, the application automatically fails over to the secondary server cluster location providing for continuous operation of your mission critical applications.
A primary server (or load balanced server cluster) combined with a primary database server located at the primary location (generally a data center).
A secondary server (or load balanced server cluster) combined with a secondary database server located at the secondary location (best practice is in a data center in a different state than the primary location) where the data is replicated to.
Replication involves copying and maintaining database objects or files in multiple locations for the purpose of redundancy and increased data availability.
Data is written to multiple locations at the same time. This ensures that all copies are always up-to-date, but it can introduce latency due to the time it takes to confirm writes across locations.
Data is written to one location and then copied to other locations. This can reduce write latency but may lead to temporary inconsistencies between copies.
This is a form of asynchronous replication where the data is replicated across geographically dispersed sites. It is often used to provide data locality and to ensure data durability in case of regional failures.