Quorum’s patented onQ technology is at the heart of all Quorum unified recovery solutions:
High availability (HA)
Disaster recovery (DR)
Hybrid cloud disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS)
Regardless of the protection model you choose, an onQ Appliance will be deployed in your local datacenter to provide the HA component. If you choose DRaaS as a solution, the appliance would connect to the elastic cloud infrastructure. Optionally, if you choose the DR solution, a second onQ Appliance can be deployed at your DR site.
In order to ensure proper sizing, and thus reduce the likelihood of unplanned upgrades, Quorum takes a proactive approach and asks that potential customers speak directly with our systems engineers when trying to determine which onQ appliance will provide the best experience in terms of processing power, memory, and storage requirements. Sizing discussions/calculations take into consideration more than twenty variables that can have a significant impact on the planned usability of the appliance. The Quorum systems engineer assigned to your account will walk you through the process to ensure you are sized correctly.
Quorum onQ appliances are generally sized to store up to 30-40 days worth of backups. However, many customers will require longer retention periods, perhaps driven by HIPAA, PCI, or e-discovery. These can easily be accommodated using onQ Archive Vault, which provides virtually unlimited scalability.
Leverages the compute resources of the onQ Appliance to help reduce deployment cost and load on your production servers.
Maximum retention is virtually unlimited.
Archive backups can be scheduled weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually.
Archive repository data encryption is also available.
onQ Archive Vault Appliance is a JBOD device you can purchase from Quorum. A single instance of the Quorum onQ Archive Vault can be extended to more than 200 TBs across 8 disks of storage modules. It is possible to have multiple instances of the Archive Vault, thus allowing unlimited scalability.
onQ Archive Vault Gateway allows you to take advantage of your existing storage hardware by using it as the repository for your Archive Vault Data. It is connected either by iSCSI, or a fibre channel to your storage. The onQ Archive Vault virtual machine is managed by your onQ appliance. Scalability is limited only by the size of the storage you want to attach.
As with the onQ Appliance, several variables must be considered when calculating storage requirements to ensure proper sizing. Sizing discussions/calculations take into consideration more than twenty variables that can have a significant impact on the planned usability of the appliance. Contacting a Quorum system engineer is required before you place an order.
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