Reduce response time by aligning new workload connections with the most capable applications and systems. Recovery time after a workload failure can be reduced from hours to minutes.
Route new workload connections to other available applications in the event of application, system or site outages. Outages for maintenance updates or other planned events can be minimized.
Add application instances on-demand. Automatically monitor and include added instances in workload routing decisions.
Use the documented Network Management Interface (NMI) to access workload, application and site status information.
Route workloads from one site to another with minimal disruption. Connections for query workloads can be distributed to both sites simultaneously.
Add simpler, non-disruptive testing of disaster recovery procedures by validating that workloads remain accessible on the recovery site – without requiring an outage of the production site.