High availability and disaster recovery: Why you need both
Disaster Recovery & High Availability: The Concepts, The Mistakes, and How to Properly Plan For Failure
Without high availability (HA), organizations can suffer great financial, reputational, and of course data loss in the event of down time.
With that said, high availability is not disaster recovery (DR) which means it doesn’t protect you against ransomware, user error, significant hardware failure, data corruption, and serious calamities.
Check out this webcast to learn how HA and DR work with each other and see why they are essential parts in enterprise database operations.