Why Disaster Recovery for SQL Server Doesn’t Have to Break the Bank
In 2017 we saw Delta Airlines, Amazon Web Services and many more organizations experience massive IT outages. However, amidst the growing number of internationally publicized outages, presiding data collected by 451 Research suggests that 32% of companies still lack the confidence that they are totally prepared for a disaster to strike their IT environments.1
Much of this can be attributed to a few different reasons—comprehensive, bulletproof DR is expensive, implementation is extremely complex and it’s very difficult to configure a resiliency strategy that adequately protects both new and legacy applications.
Watch DH2i’s webinar to learn just how simple DR can be for your organization. Included is a quick introduction and demo to see how DxEnterprise can:
- Unify disparate infrastructure across subnets for quick and easy failover
- Enable licensing savings upwards of 30-60%
- Unify HA/DR management for SQL Server, Windows, Linux and Docker
1 Fidacaro, J., & Stansberry, M. (2017). Uptime Institute survey findings on enterprise workloads, resiliency and new technologies. 451 Research. Retrieved from https://451research.com/report-short?entityId=92465