With the state of the world today, the vivid image above may become an unfortunate reality. Having more than one way to keep your data and business in existence should be front of mind for a business continuity/disaster recovery (BC/DR) planner. If there are affordable ways for avoidance versus recovery, why not use them? The abstraction from hardware by software-defined storage (SDS) provides multiple techniques to allow for your data and your business’s survivability. This article will provide details and examples of how leveraging SDS for data mirroring, replication, and backup will afford you capabilities to completely bypass failures to…
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