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Minimum RPO in Async replication

Adventurer

Minimum RPO in Async replication

Hi,

 

we are going to partecipate to a RFP  where they ask a maximum RPO of 30 minutes and a maximum RTO of 20 minutes for Async Replication.

 

Now the latest  "Data Protection and Disaster Recovery Guide" dated Dec 2016  still states the old 1 hour minimum RPO.  Does the 5.0  brings some improvement  on this side? And, alternatively is there any workaround to meet this  customer request ?

 

Thanks in advance

 

 

     Stefano 

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Moderator

Re: Minimum RPO in Async replication

cc @MarkNijmeijer and @dlink7

Jon Kohler | Principal Architect, Nutanix | Nutanix NPX #003, VCDX #116 | @JonKohler
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Nutanix Employee

Re: Minimum RPO in Async replication

Steve,  will send you a private message with some more information.

Wayfarer

Re: Minimum RPO in Async replication

Please share the information with me as well.

Pathfinder

Re: Minimum RPO in Async replication

Can anyone share the info for me as well. My customer also looking for RTO and RPO below 1 hour. Any other way beside using metro availability? 

Guardian

Re: Minimum RPO in Async replication

Not yet.....
Nutanix Employee

Re: Minimum RPO in Async replication

Not yet, indeed.  Are you planning to come to .NEXT perhaps?

Pathfinder

Re: Minimum RPO in Async replication

So, thats mean for RTO and RPO below 1 hour, we need to use Metro Availability?

 

Yes, I am planning to come to .NEXT. Will there any new update for async during .NEXT?

Nutanix Employee

Re: Minimum RPO in Async replication

We're planning to make some announcements in this area, indeed.

Voyager

Re: Minimum RPO in Async replication

Dunno what you have in store but i've always wanted a doubletake, neverfail like equivilient native in NOS where you have asynch replication in 'real time' with a memory write then disk write buffer if the network can't keep up.  We are on Hyper-V and i'm sure any new feature will be a long ways away for it.