Latest FAQ

Creation Date: Wednesday, Sep 15, 2010

QUESTION: What is a ‘failback’ process?

ANSWER:

 

Once the initial issue with the Production server(s) has been addressed and the on-site server is live again, any new data generated since the initial failover is first synchronized from the Replica server back to the Production server. Once synchronization is complete, traffic is redirected back to the Production server again. This process is called 'failback' and like the failover process, it takes about a minute to complete, with no loss of service and no loss of data.

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)?