Latest FAQ

Creation Date: Wednesday, Sep 15, 2010

QUESTION: Is there any interruption in service during a failover or failback?

ANSWER:

 

No, user will not experience an interruption in service, other than having to restart the affected application if they were currently using it. A broadcast message can be sent to your customers alerting them to restart the affected application(s) after a system failure. Users that were actively modifying a file, database or email will recover from the point at which their application was configured to save to while their work was in progress. 

Cloud Recovery


• Is there any interruption in service during a failover or failback?

• What is a ‘failback’ process?

• What is a ‘failover’ process?

Technical Specifications


• Does Cloud Recovery support both physical and virtual replication?

• What platforms are supported?

Sales & Pricing


• How are the RaaS services sold?

Cloud Marketplace


• What does the term Replication mean?

• What is Cloud Computing and how is it different from Software as a Service (SaaS)?

• What is Recovery as a Service (RaaS)?

• What is Software as a Service (SaaS)?