Sureline Unveiles New Update for its Flagship SUREedge Disaster Recovery Suite

By CIOReview | Friday, April 29, 2016
Ravi Goyal, President and CEO at Sureline Systems,Inc.

Ravi Goyal, President and CEO at Sureline Systems,Inc.

SANTA CLARA, CA: Cloud solutions provider – Sureline Systems recently released a new update on its SUREedge Disaster Recovery Suite. The suite helps enterprises to establish a disaster recovery solution—locally or at a remote site, and recover data from any source such as virtual or physical infrastructure.

With the new SUREedge version 4.6, the suite allows users to include or automatically remove Logical Volume Manager when migrating to other cloud infrastructure. SUREedge-Migrator enables companies to quickly migrate physical and virtual systems to an alternate hypervisor or Cloud system with its unique ‘Any-to-Any Migration’ feature.

"We are pleased to bring in ease of use through additional automation and additional application and platform support to our users", says Kuldeep Nagarkar, VP of Engineering, Sureline Systems.

The disaster recovery suite has ultra-bandwidth friendly DeDupe replication and WAN throttling coupled with an easy to deploy and easy to operate system. It supports broad range of applications comprising Exchange, SQL Server, Oracle, and other in-house written ones. SUREedge offers additional services to cloud service provider Nutanix’s customers. Nutanix delivers an enterprise cloud platform that natively connects compute, virtualization and storage into a resilient, software-defined solution with strong machine intelligence.

SUREedge helps remove the complexity associated with on-boarding and disaster recovery; and allows IT experts to follow a planned controlled operation of migration and disaster recovery. It enables users to capture any system image and recover to any hypervisor on Nutanix. Furthermore, the suite assists users to set different IP addresses, vCPU, and memory while recovering the data. It offers incremental capture and update to enable users migrate, test, apply final incremental update, and cut-over with minimal or zero down-time.