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While native Window Server and Linux distributions can meet some requirements of our disaster recovery scenario, both operating systems lack the capability to see volumes beyond their native file systems. The replication and administrative capabilities needed in production are also missing from general-purpose operating systems. The products listed below might fulfill our needs. This isn’t an exhaustive list or an endorsement of a specific vendor, but is meant to give you an idea of the landscape and a basic note about features.
• HP StoreVirtual is Hewlett Packard’s virtual storage product formerly marketed as LeftHand. It’s a very mature and robust platform. Like many vendors, HP sells a hardware appliance to create your virtual SAN or provides the software to build your own appliance.
• FalconStor is a software-first product similar to HP’s StoreVirtual. FalconStor has positioned itself to fill this niche specifically for disaster recovery, backup and continuous data…
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