When deploying onQ in a DR configuration, in addition to the local onQ HA appliance, a second onQ appliance must be deployed at the organization’s DR location. Changes to locally protected servers (data, applications, server images) captured by onQ HA are first deduplicated, and then replicated to the onQ DR or DRaaS appliance at the secondary location.
DC failures can happen for several reasons like power outage, flooding, etc. In the event of a complete datacenter outage, IT staff can, on any web browser including web-enabled mobile devices, power on and spin up all Recovery Nodes on the onQ appliance deployed at the remote DR site. The servers will start in a preconfigured sequence including necessary time delays. Users can then use VPN to access the servers, applications and data on the remote onQ appliance. Downtime is limited only to the time it takes the VMs to spinup.
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