instantaneous recovery

instantaneous recovery

[¦in·stən¦tā·nē·əs ri′kəv·ə·rē]
(mechanics)
The immediate reduction in the strain of a solid when a stress is removed or reduced, in contrast to creep recovery.
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Eighty percent of current cloud storage users claim that they can recover their data in less than 24 hours, with nearly a quarter estimating instantaneous recovery.
Continuous Data Protection for AIX, from Vision Solutions, provides true CDP for nearly instantaneous recovery of applications and data at the push of a button.
Kruger also liked the solution's ability to protect SQL, Exchange and Windows File Server applications and data through an approach that captures and indexes all data events, creating a virtualized data store that allows instantaneous recovery to any point in time.
A CDP product compliments existing backup products by providing an additional on-line, near instantaneous recovery of recently changed information.
This can be achieved, but the systems needed to provide near-zero downtime, almost total resilience and instantaneous recovery are either expensive or require investment in technologies, such as grid, that have yet to gain widespread acceptance within the enterprise.
In order to understand the phenomena of the instantaneous recovery and time-dependent post-recovery of forged parts, direct upsetting experiments were also carried out to characterize forging-related mechanical behavior.
Founded in 1999, XOsoft is the first provider of business continuity software solutions that enable instantaneous recovery from any type of disaster, including common data corruptions.
Electronic design simplifies setup, ensures reliable operation, provides instantaneous recovery from phase adjustments and requires minimal operator training.
The plan is to ready a push into storage management with applications that would carry out recoveries in the disk storage subsystem itself, providing for near instantaneous recovery of an application.
Cemaphore Systems' service does all the work -- whether migrating data from one email service to another without user disruption, providing low-cost backup and disaster recovery, or getting nearly instantaneous recovery of emails, contacts and calendars in the event of any failure.
It requires almost instantaneous recovery under the most stressful conditions.
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