When a storage array goes down, or a required file is unavailable, your business cannot take a vacation. Users must have access to a secondary copy of that file to ensure the business keeps running. This might involve accessing a version of the file or of metadata that was written a minute ago, a week ago, or to restore a replicated off-site copy.
In this video, Floyd Christofferson, CEO of Strongbox Data Solutions, explains how StrongLink allows users to establish disaster recovery workflows, and to automatically access secondary copies on another array, or in the cloud, or to pull from a file archived on tape. StrongLink automatically manages, monitors and replicates data by policy, ensuring the right number of copies are maintained across the correct storage locations (file & object stores, cloud or archive). Data is then monitored for long-term data preservation to meet compliance and governance requirements.