A New Approach to Business Continuity
Today’s companies are globalized with 24/7 operations that simply cannot go down. They have applications and systems that store proprietary IP, keep ecommerce sites and airport systems running, and make financial transactions feasible. In these cases, downtime for even minutes could cause irreparable damage to revenue and productivity.
To enable digital transformation and meet the demands of today’s always-on economy, companies are changing how they approach business continuity. In addition to backing up, they’re continuously replicating—moving beyond application recovery times to application and system availability.
Arcserve Continuous Availability ensures business continuity with proven technologies that have one common purpose: to keep your business up and running. Confidently deliver on the most stringent service level agreements (SLAs) by continuously replicating data at the file system level of files/folders and applications, and full physical/virtual systems, with heartbeat-powered automatic failover to ensure they remain operational.
Create a Simpler High Availability Strategy
Arcserve Continuous Availability makes deploying a robust high availability strategy simple by eliminating the need for a collection of expensive replication tools focused on specific applications and systems. Designed to work in dissimilar hardware and environments, it prevents downtime across your entire infrastructure with high availability and continuous data protection for Windows and Linux applications and systems on-premises, remote, and in the cloud.
Deliver true application and system availability without worrying about recovery time or data loss. Roll back applications to a point in time before a system crash, data corruption, or ransomware event. Validate SLAs and keep business stakeholders informed with built-in testing.
Continuous Availability Software
Powered by asynchronous replication technology, Arcserve Continuous Availability delivers enterprise-grade capabilities to eliminate business downtime:
Across many industries, large enterprises struggle to manage disparate replication tools that only work with specific applications or systems. This process can be extremely manual and inefficient. Arcserve has designed [Arcserve Continuous Availability] to address this challenge, integrating with multiple applications, operating systems, and platforms.
How Continuous Availability Works
Arcserve Continuous Availability Software synchronizes the data on your Windows and Linux systems with a second physical or virtual system that you provision locally, at a remote location, or in the cloud. Once synchronized, byte-level changes are continuously replicated from your production system to the replica system, providing constant protection to keep data and information accurate, and systems operational.
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Enterprises today don’t have the luxury of relying on backups; they must have the ability to preserve operations to meet the expectations of digital consumers. This form of IT resilience depends on solutions that enable application availability and support the migration of on-premises workloads to public and private clouds. Read how the company benefits from Arcserve Continuous Availability to assure service levels.
The Arcserve Advantage
CREATED WITH THE UTMOST IN USABILITY AND DESIGN
Like all our solutions, Arcserve Continuous Availability was developed to deliver a consumer-grade user experience. That’s why you can manage its robust capabilities with a few quick clicks on a single management interface.
BACKED BY DEEPLY KNOWLEDGEABLE PRODUCT SUPPORT
Our teams are among the most experienced in the data protection industry – expertise we pour into supporting our customers and partners.
PROFITABLE FOR CHANNEL PARTNERS
Channel partners can profitably adopt and manage Arcserve Continuous Availability to support customers who have limited resources but require the highest level of protection for vital business systems.