JetStream Software Leads Shift in Continuous Data Protection, Business Continuity

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A new press release states, “JetStream Software Inc., an innovator in cloud data protection, today announced the availability of JetStream DR, a next-generation software solution for enabling cloud service providers (CSPs) and managed service providers (MSPs) to deliver cloud-based services to enterprise customers with: (1) Continuous Data Protection: immediate data replication to a recovery service; (2) Business Continuity: virtual machine (VM) failover to a “warm cloud” environment; (3) Disaster Recovery: VM and data recovery from cloud object stores.”

The release goes on, “JetStream DR provides a software foundation for real-time replication to a ready failover environment for immediate recovery and resumed operations. Unlike traditional backup offerings that rely on intermittent snapshots, JetStream DR replicates data at the moment it’s written to local storage, for near-zero recovery point objective (RPO) and near-zero recovery time objective (RTO). Additionally, the near-synchronous data replication can be directed to an S3-compatible object store, providing a highly economical solution for continuous data protection, with full VM and data recovery through rehydration from an object store bucket.”

Tom Critser, CEO and co-founder of JetStream Software, noted, “In their quest for a higher level of data protection and business continuity, management often present their IT organizations with conflicting mandates, such as lower RPO and RTO, reduced costs, and increased use of public cloud… This dilemma is actually due to the technology that’s currently available. With JetStream Software, organizations can achieve better metrics in their public cloud DR services, while taking advantage of object storage and thin-provisioned, on-demand failover resources for economic advantage.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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