Atlantis Computing Cuts Business Continuity Costs in Half with New ‘Stretched Cluster’
Atlantis Computing, , ®, the leading provider of Software-Defined Storage (SDS), today announced the new Atlantis USX™ 3.1 platform that can reduce business continuity costs by 50 percent or more across the entire enterprise. The new Stretched Cluster feature provides organizations with a highly efficient hyper-converged solution enabling zero recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO) between multiple data centers.
With Atlantis USX Stretched Cluster, businesses can now tolerate failure of an entire data center without experiencing any disruption in application availability and or loss of data. The USX cluster spans multiple data centers that can be located more than 100 miles apart (up to 8 ms latency) to add a layer of high availability on top of the native data protection. In addition to automated and transparent failover of servers and virtual machines, USX Stretched Cluster manages network failure between data centers to provide complete site failure protection.
“Many of our customers want to provide their businesses with the assurance that all of their critical systems will remain available regardless of power failures or even natural disasters. However, the cost of providing complete resilience with traditional storage puts business continuity out of reach for many organizations,” said Chetan Venkatesh, CEO of Atlantis. “With Atlantis USX Stretched Cluster, we have integrated a complete multi-site high availability solution into our SDS platform that can be deployed as part of a hyper-converged architecture at no additional cost.”
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