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Integral product for business recovery and continuity
Streamer takes an all-encompassing approach to protect business applications, databases, operating systems and file systems. It empowers the business to deal with any type of unexpected system crash caused by hardware failures, human errors, or natural disasters, and quickly restores business to be completely operational.
Based on VMware CBT (Changed Block Tracking), Streamer performs incremental backup for VMware virtual machines. If a virtual machine fails, Streamer can restore the virtual machine to a moment in history, thus keep the business running.
In the event of a disaster or planned/unplanned outage, the emergency virtual host can take over the workloads within 3 minutes to keep business functions running without long interruption. Just as important, Streamer takes care of updating the main host with the changes that transpired at the emergency virtual host to get the main host back online properly with no gaps.
With multiple recovery mechanisms like P2P and P2V, Streamer not only reduces the recovery time by 99%, but also supports the same operations legacy customers have been used to.
Streamer copies data to disaster recovery data center, so as to implement remote disaster recovery based on IP. When faced with fire hazard, earthquake, or any disasters resulting in a destroyed data center, the data in disaster recovery data center will not be affected, and therefore keep the data safe.
This feature makes online backup solutions completely different from traditional backup technology, and the disadvantages of long backup Windows and daily backup will no longer exist.
The data image obtained by online backup technology is not a special backup format, but the original data format. Therefore, data recovery will be immediately available without any data conversion, resulting in instant recovery, which is a big leap in recovery technology.
Online backup protection technology can protect the latest data in the event of a disaster, as well as restore the original data when the historical data is lost. Since the data is automatically saved at multiple points in time, one can easily get the correct historical data in one minute even if the data was lost several days ago.
Self-developed replication technology can realize continuous data transmission in a narrow bandwidth environment. Unique sector-based detection and transmission can greatly save bandwidth. In the process of replication, the consistency of data is ensured, and the disaster recovery center can instantly open the database or start the application.
Flexible and centralized management to the real-time backup system, with easy to use operation interface, event warning, and work flow management, and so on, simplifying complex data protection work, avoiding human error, and reducing maintenance personnel’s workload.
Loss of data or tables in databases, corrupted files, or mistakenly deleted files
With online snapshot, all point-in-time data are readily available. With the push of a button, data restoration happens immediately.
Application crash and unable to restart / Virus or Malware damage
With the help of P2P emergency recovery feature, a known good point-in-time snapshot can be mirrored to the problematic server, reboot using SANBoot to restore the system, database and application.
failure on server
A known good point-in-time snapshot can be mirrored to an emergency virtual server (P2V) or a brand new server (P2P) to take over workloads to avoid business interruption.
Fire hazard, earthquake, or any disasters resulting in data center destroyed
Data in disaster tolerance data center will not be affected by disaster, thus, by the method of P2P, P2V, etc., business can be restored fast.
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|Linux||Redhat Enterprise 5.x 32/64bit
Redhat Enterprise 6.x/7.x 64bit
CentOS 5.x 32/64bit
CentOS 6.x/7.x 64bit
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