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Veritas Risk Advisor-Veritas ™ w Disaster Recovery Guide

The Disaster Recovery Guide is a comparative HS and DR monitoring and analysis solution. With this solution, the entire data center is automatically scanned to detect HA / DR risks.

While demonstrating your organization's data center sensitivities; Protect your infrastructures with a system that also validates your automatic disaster recovery plan.

A simple installation error that cannot be detected can damage an optimally designed HA (High Continuity) or DR (Disaster Recovery) environment. Any catastrophic or data interruption cannot be discovered in an ideal time with a certain HA / DR plan, in addition, traditional DR tests are insufficient to ensure business continuity. In this case, it is possible to use your data center with Veritas Disaster Recovery Guide.

It can scan storage devices, servers, databases, clusters and replication infrastructures. During the scanning process; it is fed from a knowledge base that takes into account more than 4600 risk signs. When open spots are detected; the software warns the system administrator; problems can be solved before the work-related operations are affected. As an agentless solution; Disaster Recovery Guide is a solution that is very easy to install and does not cause any confusion and can be run in read-only mode.

Provides a detailed foresight around the data center; it is a very easy product to monitor and manage with status screens. The software is very easy to use and is simple to manage for system administrators.

The Disaster Recovery Guide automatically warns the system administrator about the installation vulnerabilities and the protection vulnerabilities that affect the protection by scanning the production center. The software analyzes the results and provides a detailed description of the detected risks. It also shows step by step what needs to be done.

Featured Features:


Infrastructure to be scanned without an agency and automatically:

In addition to industrial standards, such as WMI, SSH, Telnet, etc., using the distributor's APIs; The Disaster Recovery Guide collects setup information from the storage device, servers, and database. Agentless software uses all this information gathered to scan the entire hub. Scans can be connected to the calendar in the desired tightness. The software's automated analysis tools and powerful Open Scan Engineer tool can reveal unprotected databases, database partitions, incompatible replication installations, and much more.

Knowledge Base Map:

The disaster recovery guide benefits from a patented knowledge base. In this way, thousands of mapped risk are collected from this base. The richness of the infrastructure is an advantage in revealing the potential risks that may occur in rescue operations. This knowledge base is updated automatically and when new risks occur, these risks are also mapped.

Optimization Opportunities:

The disaster recovery guide also helps improve the overall performance of the system. Reveals unused storage space, shows the old and unused data to the system administrator and exposes the free disk space. In this way, it is possible to take an action on the system to increase the bandwidth and increase the total performance.


Integration with Management Console:

By integrating into existing system management framework; it consolidates different management system frameworks (such as IBM Tivoli® and HP OpenView®) throughout the enterprise. The software is able to view weaknesses from newly created vulnerabilities and SLA violations so that it can quickly send notifications to the tickets in the management console, allowing the system operator to proactively avoid risks in a manner that does not affect business results.


Enterprise Scalability and Performance:

Designed to protect the architecture of the large-scale enterprise data centers and the Disaster Recovery Guide; Veritas Disaster Recovery Guide; it allows you to monitor the data center in multiple distributed architectures. Agentless browsers can be installed at any very hub and run in the background to provide a consolidated enterprise across the enterprise, along with the Disaster Recovery corporate server.

The control panel of the Disaster Recovery Guide gives a brief overview of the current environmental situation. In this summary, it turns the blanks noticed by the Disaster Recovery Guide into actionable tickets. Information is updated every 5 minutes.​


Technical Specifications:


 Technical characteristics of the Disaster Recovery Guide are minimal:


  • CPUs / Core 2 Intel / AMD (4 recommended)
  • RAM 4 GB (32-bit operating system) or 8 GB (64-bit operating system)
  • 100 GB Free Disk Space, Windows Server 2003/2008 / 2008R2 - Standard Edition 32 or 64-bit (Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition 64-bit recommended)
  • Oracle 10g Standard Edition, with all administrative rights, comes with the entire database attached, in addition to the 4 ( patch.


Environments covered by Disaster Recovery Advisor:



  • EMC Symmetrix®
  • Hitachi Data Systems®
  • HP XP®
  • NetApp®




  • Windows® 2000 and above
  • HP-UX 11® and above
  • Solaris 8 ™ and above
  • RedHat Linux® AS 3 and above
  • SuSE Linux® 8 and above
  • IBM AIX 4 and above



  • Oracle
  • MS® SQL
  • Sybase®
  • IBM® UDB



  • Veritas Cluster Server
  • HP MC / ServiceGuard, PolyServer
  • IBM HA / CMP
  • Sun Cluster
  • Microsoft Cluster Server
  • Red Hat Cluster
  • SuSE Cluster



  • EMC TimeFinder, SRDF, MirrorView, SnapView
  • NetApp SnapMirror, SnapShots, SnapVault
  • Hitachi Data Systems TrueCopy, ShadowImage, UniversalReplicator, TrueShadow
  • Oracle DataGuard


  • Veritas DMP
  • EMC PowerPath
  • HP PVLinks, HPDM
  • RedHat Linux MPIO
  • Hitachi Data Systems HDLM






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