SonaSQL achieves a high availability and disaster recovery functionality to Microsoft SQL Server and its databases. With SonaSQL Server implementation, the failover to secondary or destination server is as simple as a few clicks on the web interface. Once the old primary site, or source server, comes back up, SonaSQL makes it easy to failback without the need to perform a full backup and full restore.
A complete solution for high availability and disaster recovery solution for Microsoft SQL Server.
SonaSQL’s backup and recovery solution build easy-to-manage standby plans that efficiently replicate an organization’s data without interfering in the normal business operations. SonaSQL’s proprietary high-speed compression rates range from 80 to 95 percent, which reduces the amount of storage required for backups and limits network traffic and contention. SonaSQL’s light footprint allows it to work seamlessly in the background with no disruptions.
In addition, SonaSQL’s server replication solution automates all critical steps. This makes the process completely transparent to both end users and admins alike. Screen wizards along with robust monitoring capabilities at different levels guide admins through the process of backup and recovery as well as replication. SonaSQL is unique as it was the first product to provide users with one-to-one, many-to-one, and one-to-many replication scenarios. When disaster strikes, role switching is just one click away, as a series of complex database operations are performed in the background to switch the destination server(s) to the primary role. Since SonaSQL works at the transaction level, no corrupted transactions will ever be replicated to the standby server. This guarantees the client has the highest availability to their data.
SonaSQL also can be used to seamlessly migrate MS SQL Server databases from an older version of Microsoft SQL Server to a newer one. It only takes a few clicks to migrate all the data over. Admins would only need to transfer the login information after a restore to complete the migration process.