Introduction to Data Replication Software
Data Replication Solutions facilitate the copying and sharing of entire information-driven ecosystems, running from operating systems hosted on physically accessible hardware to virtualized or Cloud-powered databases running remotely.
This type of service makes it possible to synchronise databases in real time and make sure that critical functions are performed automatically, enhancing the overall efficiency of an organisation and giving employees access to vital information on the fly.
The power of data replication solutions is such that even older infrastructures can be accommodated and consolidated, transforming them into malleable, modern cogs within a wider machine. And coupled with an intuitive interface, it is simple to manage mission-critical data without dedicating too much time and effort to the process.
Most businesses did not enter the digital age in one fell swoop. Instead, various systems and solutions for storing data, running apps and improving productivity will have been embraced over the years. This often leads to complications and conflicts when it comes to actually gaining access to the information that is required from minute to minute.
As once cutting-edge solutions become increasingly outdated and arcane, with bolt-ons and replacements embraced sporadically, fragmentation is inevitable. And this can make it almost impossible for businesses to establish key insights from the data that they possess.
Data Replication Advantages
The main duty of Data Replication Solutions is to dissolve the divisions that exist between separate databases and instead make the information within available quickly and consistently whenever it is required. This is especially useful when dealing with data that has artificially been cut off because of proprietary technology deployed by vendors, or simply because the technology in place is archaic.
Replication can also help to speed up the rate at which information is made available, as well as unifying the tools which are used to access it. In a fast-paced world where every second counts, businesses cannot afford to ignore the benefits that this brings to the table.
Data Replication can work in a number of ways, but the core principle behind every system is the same. In essence, one database will act as the source, with one or more secondary servers used to both mirror the information the source contains and also keep up to date with any changes that occur.
This synchronistic behaviour ensures consistency and means that data is not only available on tap for a variety of purposes, but can also be preserved in the event that the source database is taken out of action. So it has advantages in terms of business continuity, as well as facilitating mobile and remote working on top of collaboration between colleagues.
Data Replication Solutions can be used to manage and address many of the concerns that businesses currently have about their current storage infrastructures.
In a recent study, almost two thirds of those questioned said that inconsistency was a major issue, with three quarters admitting that they operated more than one database on which redundant data was contained. They also reported that this data was difficult to delete.
Furthermore, more than half of businesses are having to cope with a rapid growth of database size, with annual increases of up to 30 per cent reported in some instances. For this reason many organisations are in the process of migrating data to new services and solutions, to deal with the unending influx of information.
Because of all these factors, it makes sense for companies to consider data replication services, no matter the current size or shape of their storage setup. These solutions can assist in the overhauling of any infrastructure.
If you already have a Data Replication project underway, get in touch with SAS today to see how we can help you. SAS can provide a shortlist of suitable partners for your business. Our service is non-chargeable and there is no obligation to proceed with our selected developers. If you are new to the subject, get started with our Introduction to Data Replication software.
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