DataKeeper, an optimised data replication solution for Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012 available in three versions DataKeeper Standard, DataKeeper Cluster Edition and DataKeeper Cloud Edition.
All editions support real-time replication of data on Windows servers, Hyper-V virtual machines, VMware Virtual machines across either LAN or WAN connections.
Additional information about DataKeeper:
- No limitations on hardware configurations or replication distance
- No requirement for a dedicated replication channel
- Delivers asynchronous/synchronous replication, non-disruptive disaster recovery testing, network throttling and data compression
- Compatible with the following versions of Windows Servers
- 32-bit/64-bit Windows Server 2003 Standard/Enterprise/Datacenter, 32-bit/64-bit Windows Server 2003 R2
- Standard/Enterprise/Datacenter, 32-bit/64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2
- Allows for testing of patches on replicated VMs before applying to production servers
- Licensed to a physical machine running Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V. In general, pricing is per server and unlimited use.
SIOS DataKeeper Cloud Edition
A highly optimised cloud-based replication solution. Running in Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs), it provides replication between highly reliable availability zones having low latency network connectivity. It integrates seamlessly with Windows Server 2008 R2 Failover Clustering with features such as cross-subnet failover and tunable heartbeat parameters making it easy for administrators to deploy geographically dispersed clusters.
SIOS DataKeeper provides the data replication mechanism which extends Windows Clustering, allowing administrators to take advantage of these advanced features to support non-shared disk high availability configurations. Once SIOS DataKeeper Cloud Edition is installed, a new storage class resource type called DataKeeper Volume is available. This new SIOS DataKeeper Volume resource can be used in place of the traditional Physical Disk resource to enable geographically dispersed clusters, also known as multi-site clusters.