VMware and Fault-Tolerance. Which is Better for Your Backup: 2 or 3 Nodes Hyperconverged?
Oles Borys, Sr. Solution Engineer, StarWind Software Inc.
Published: November 2015
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Key points of the webinar
- Comparison of 3 way active-active replication to 2-way replication
- Why is 3-way mirroring better than 2-way?
- 3-2-1 backup rule
The webinar describes how to achieve fault-tolerance in the virtualized environment. StarWind makes it possible to maintain 24/7 operations with at least 99.99% uptime with its inexpensive 2-node HA configuration. But what is more important, you can achieve 99.9999% uptime with StarWind 3-node HA configuration. Due to synchronous replication, your hyper-converged architecture will keep on working even if 2 of 3 nodes fail. Add solid 3-2-1 backup rule and enjoy top-of-the-line reliability. Watch the record of the webinar and learn how to achieve fault-tolerance in your VMware environment. Discover which replication setup, 2-node or 3-node, better suits specific needs of your virtualized architecture.
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