Customers can protect existing storage system investments by repurposing aging systems as replication targets, and host-based replication offers a simplified, one-step replication process.
What does HBR stand for?
HBR stands for Host-Based Replication (storage technique)
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All host-based replication solutions on the market require protected data to be resynchronised, or re-mirrored, any time protected servers are rebooted -- a process that can take significant time.
Perhaps this is why a continually growing number of companies are deploying host-based replication software.
Dynamic infrastructure in operation Using host-based replication allows you to replicate data and operating systems, independent of hardware and in real time, while systems are still in production.