Resilience

Resilience and Advanced Data Protection

 

Virtualized Infrastructure Enables Assured Availability

Protecting your data is the most critical element of our business. Resilience in our data centers is the key.

Global Data Vault’s systems infrastructure is built using both VMWare’s Virtual Infrastructure and Microsoft’s Hyper-V hypervisor.

Problems like storage failure, server failure, and ordinary errors cause data loss far too often. Backup and recovery of your systems and data needs to be fast, flexible, and easy without taking critical resources away from your systems.

GDV uses VMware Infrastructure and Microsoft Hyper-V to build fault tolerance capabilities into our infrastructure ensuring advanced data protection resilience.

Key fault-tolerance capabilities built into VMware Infrastructure include:

  • Network interface teaming to provide tolerance of individual network card failures
  • Storage multi-pathing to tolerate storage path failures

The Case for Office 365 Backup

In the wake of Microsoft's September 4 - September 5 South Central U. S. outage for Office 365 and Azure, it's worth asking, should you be concerned with backup of your Office 365 data? It's your data, and while Microsoft normally does a good job with protecting it,...

Counting down the worst cyber security breaches of 2018 – #4

Fitness apparel manufacturer Under Armour gave us a good example of how companies can try to protect their user’s data but often fail to fully cover everything that needs protecting. The information that was stolen from Under Armour is minor compared to some of the...

Global Data Vault’s Mid-Year Count-Down of the Worst Cybersecurity Breaches

Number 5: VPNFilter More and more, our business environments are connected to the cloud. The transmission of data and the speed to which it can be accessed is critical to business intelligence and competitive advantage. When that data becomes attractive to hackers,...