Protecting your business from data loss

Modern business systems are supported with a high degree of IT automation. Many of these systems are exposed directly to customers via the web, and, as such, those businesses demand 24/7 availability for their most critical systems. In a highly competitive landscape, consequences arising from system outages can be severe, including reputation damage, lost revenues, and a threat for the organization’s ability to survive.

While IT managers in most businesses have some form of business continuity or recovery plan, a large majority of such plans are not regularly exercised. Even worse, there may be little confidence that deployed resiliency infrastructure will be up to the job of protecting their most critical IT assets.

Neverfail Continuity Engine

Fortunately, there is a solution: Neverfail Continuity Engine. IT Infrastructure and Operations (I&O) personnel, as well as application administrators, can be assured that Neverfail is the data protection solution they need.

How does Continuity Engine protect your data? Continuity Engine keeps critical applications and business services in the datacenter continuously running and operational 24/7, while protecting them against down-time from any type of threat or failure conditions.

How Neverfail protects your data

Data replication

Continuity Engine keeps servers within its cluster synchronized by means of its built-in replication capabilities. Once configured, it tracks disk I/O changes pertaining to the protected application data and places any updates to protected files in a queue on the Active server. The protected files are then ready to be sent to the Passive server with each request numbered to maintain its order in the queue.

Data protection

Continuity Engine also ensures availability of application data, as well as other file system data, across all nodes within the cluster. Continuity Engine can be configured to protect files, folders, and even specific registry settings of the Active server by mirroring them in real-time to the Passive servers. This means that if a failover or switchover were to occur, all files that were protected on the failed server would continue to remain available on the newly Active server after the failover or switchover event.

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If you have questions or need a quote, our team can help you. Simply send an email to,  and a member of our experts team will reach out to you. If you are in a business crisis situation and you need help, contact us at +1-512-600-4300.

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