A LOOK AT EDGELESS HYBRID-CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE – AN OPTIMIZED SOLUTION FOR MULTI-SITE BACKUP, DISASTER RECOVERY AND HIGH AVAILABILITY Open Access Deposited
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Cloud computing has been one of the major disruptive technology of this century changing the entire face of IT infrastructure across all spectrum. This has led to tremendous development, improvement and cost efficient means of securing IT infrastructures. Virtualization is the backbone driving the numerous cloud solutions and also making them marketable in the pay-as-you-use mechanism for all kind of deployment. This research is focus on improving the security and performance of cloud storage, backup and disaster recovery by evaluating the possibility of eliminating the Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO). A live synchronization between production and Disaster Recovery (DR) sites is presented. We considered the mechanism behind Virtual Machines (VM) and hypervisor interaction with physical memory on host computers and evaluated the ability of VM to read/write directly to a unified multiple storage locations. Dependencies, requirements and guidelines for implementing this solution would also be analyzed.
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