Reduce Downtime for Critical Applications
Improve production resiliency, uptime by 65%.
Site Reliability for Critical Applications
For today’s digital businesses, application downtime is costly: lost revenue, missed customer acquisition opportunities, and stalled production lines all result from outages. Moreover, data errors, loss, and corruption can result in an app that is still running, but not functioning properly, with the same negative outcomes.
Transform Data to Be Proactive, Not Reactive
With Delphix, teams can pre-engineer automated workflows to identify application issues, then recreate the last known good state for any app—including the data.
Enable Continuous Data Protection
Delphix non-disruptively and continuously syncs data from source applications and databases in near real-time. With the ability to capture data down to the second or transaction, Delphix preserves a more granular data history than backup solutions, enabling a better RPO.
Immutable Data Time Machine
Write-once, read-many architecture
All change data is written to new data blocks, leaving the data record completely unchanged and accessible.
Efficient data virtualization
Store data in 100x less space than traditional backup solutions—providing a long and cost-effective data protection window.
Fast data recovery
Provision or recover virtual data to environments in minutes, not days or weeks.
Accelerate data availability for Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
Delphix automatically restores or provisions data to multiple parallel forensic environments across a range of time slices. Delphix virtualization uses data blocks in place, eliminating the need to wait for restore time. SRE teams can quickly get access to environments populated with data in the state that it was right before the system went down or data was lost or corrupted.
Recover from data corruption
Quickly refresh, bookmark, and branch virtual data to remediate data corruption issues.
Repair applications following data issues
Recreate the state of an application prior to an incident, then surgically repair production.