HPE 3PAR Peer Persistence software keeps services, systems and data highly available across sites.  For many organisations, this is more than a nice-to-have, it's business critical. By connecting separate 3PAR storage arrays together over a storage network, HPE 3PAR Peer Persistence keeps data and critical systems highly available around-the-clock.

Even if your main data site fails, it's business-as-usual.  Storage resources at your secondary site automatically kick-into-action virtually instantaneously. In sectors such as health, banking, retail and travel, we've helped leading organisations discover how HPE 3PAR Peer Persistence keeps customers and staff always connected to vital systems and data.

HPE 3PAR Peer Persistence expertise

And Peer Persistence doesn't just help tackle the unexpected. With our rapid deployment skills, you’ll quickly get the measure of how routine tasks can be managed faster. Moving applications and data between primary and secondary data sites becomes a lot easier. Ideal for safer DevOps testing. And with our expert advice, you'll discover how maintenance, load balancing, and Disaster Recovery testing can take place, without disrupting day-to-day business and operations.

Because our knowledge of HPE runs so deep, we'll even help you uncover any Peer Persistence software you may already have within an existing software bundle.

Book a half an hour ‘discovery call’ to understand more about how we can help.

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Ed Choi

VP Indirect Channel

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

At a glance

  • HPE 3PAR
  • Integrated stretched server environments with advanced HPE 3PAR storage array replication and switchover features

System environments include:

  • VMware
  • Microsoft Hyper-V
  • Microsoft Windows stretched clusters
  • Automatic failover
  • Manual switchover if required
  • Zero degradation of data (RPO)
  • Zero recovery time (RTO)