Data is sent from flash residing in Datrium DVX Compute Nodes at the source site to flash residing in Datrium DVX Compute Nodes at the target site.
Currently AWS can only serve as a data repository. This means that VMs cannot be restored and run in the AWS environment in case of a disaster recovery (DR) scenario.
AWS Cloud DVX is an Amazon EC2 instance that uses Amazon S3 storage for storing incoming data from on-premises DVX deployments. It can serve as an off-site repository for short-term and long-term backups, as well as hosting a DR copy. AWS Cloud DVX is deployed and managed fully automatically and does not require any in-depth AWS knowledge from the end-user side.
Cloud DVX is available in the following AWS Regions:
us-east-1 = US East (N.Virginia)
us-east-2 = US East (Ohio)
us-west-1 = US West (N. California)
us-west-2 = US West (Oregon)
us-gov-west-1 = GovCloud (US)
ca-central-1 = Canada (Central)
ap-northeast-1 = Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
Datrium, DVX [HCI]/220.127.116.11, x86
Remote Replication Scope, Disaster Recovery, Data Availability