Save on Recovery Costs, Invest Wisely with Titan T5000

Mar 11, 2024 | Backup and Archive, Backup and Recovery

Enterprise data protection solutions offer robust resilience and availability to shield your organization from data and application disruptions. The Titan T5000 eliminates financial headaches associated with availability and disaster recovery deployment by bundling a comprehensive suite of all-inclusive data protection software. This suite includes unified snapshots and thin clones, synchronized and asynchronous replication with throttling, snapshot replication, metro node synchronization replication, data-at-rest encryption, and file-level retention. Additionally, the T5000 supports RecoverPoint continuous data protection and remote replication.

Unified Snapshots simplify daily operations by providing a centralized interface for creating and managing snapshots and thin clones for both block and file storage. This reduces operational complexity, while the UFS64 feature allows up to 256 snaps per file system and enables the creation of thin clones directly from snapshots. Snapshots can be replicated, refreshed, applied to vVols, and compared to identify differences.

Integrated copy data management facilitates snapshot mobility and thin clone interoperability with AppSync application-aware orchestration, offering customers integrated copy data management (iCDM) capabilities that save on capacity and costs.

For both local and remote replication needs, the Titan T5000 offers a full suite of enterprise-grade array-based synchronous/asynchronous replication services, along with RecoverPoint replication options. Replicating snapshots enhances data protection and recovery options. The system supports native asynchronous and synchronous replication for both file and block data, featuring async throttling, async interface pairing, and full copy avoidance. Additionally, Metrosync Manager automates file-level failover and synchronization replication over metro distances.

File protection is ensured through File-level Retention (FLR), which safeguards files from modification or deletion until a specified retention date. FLR enables the creation of a permanent, unalterable set of files and directories, ensuring data integrity. Two types of file-level retention are available: Enterprise (FLR-E) and Compliance (FLR-C).

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