WSJ on Ilesfay’s business continuity solutions
In an incident that was eerily similar to the outage experience by Amazon’s AWS cloud service in late June, last week’s GoDaddy outage has again ignited interest in Ilesfay’s cloud replication services.
Ilesfay’s replication services provide Business Continuity solutions so that in the event of an outage of any single cloud hosting location, downtime is completely eliminated. Ilesfay’s ZoneSync(TM) product family makes it easy, economical and secure to replicate between the various data centers or regions or one cloud provider and also between two or more different cloud providers.
In the event of an outage of one cloud region or one cloud provider, Ilesfay provides a simple, cost-effective and fully secure way to serve its customers with a fully redundant cloud and fully avoid downtime.
“Unfortunately, companies have continued to push reliability and recoverability to the bottom of their task list,” Ilesfay founder and CEO Chris McLennan said. “But when highly publicized events like this happen, we see an almost immediate increase in pre-sales configuration activity from new customers.”
Ilesfay’s technology is used to solve data delivery challenges in various industry and application sectors, including Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, Cloud-to-Cloud Data Replication, Private Data Center to Cloud Replication, and Product Lifecycle Management.
About Ilesfay Ilesfay Technology Group offers cloud-based tools and services to improve global data replication. Ilesfay utilizes its patented MatchMaking(R) differencing techniques to dramatically reduce bandwidth requirements and increase replication speed. In addition, Ilesfay offers a PointToCloud(R) architecture for a variety of applications, which cost-effectively provides parallel multi-site data distribution services. For more information or to schedule a demonstration of Ilesfay Replication, please visit www.ilesfay.com or call 1-800-733-6815.
Ilesfay Contact: Max Eisenberg 1-800-733-6815 outside U.S.: 1-513-426-6815
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Cincinnati | September 17, 2012 | Wall Street Journal