HP extends OpenStack support to disaster recovery
Hewlett-Packard Co. yesterday unveiled a series of enhancements to the disaster recovery component of its OpenStack-powered public cloud portfolio that are designed to make it easier for organizations to protect data stored on some of their less accessible – but nonetheless critical – systems.
The Helion Continuity Services bundle can help cut between 15 and 50 percent of data protection costs and reduce the time it takes to recover from an outage by as much as 90 percent compared to on-premise environments, HP claimed. The latest updates extends that value proposition to Oracle Real Application Clusters, or RACs. Those are high-availability deployments of the database maker’s software that are considerably more expensive than standard installations and that typically power only the most mission-critical processes within an organization.
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