IBM i High Availability Services Offered to Companies Looking to Maximize Datacenter Uptime

When you choose IBM i high availability services from Abacus Solutions, you’re keeping your company’s IT environment running with one of the most powerful business continuity solutions in the industry. We are experts when it comes to IBM systems, and we understand the importance of making sure your data is safe, even in the event of a catastrophe. Our engineers have developed a powerful cloud environment that we can back up your system to on a transaction-by-transaction basis without any backup window conflicts getting in the way of normal operations. Our high availability as a service (HAaaS) package includes a recovery time objective (RTO) of within one hour and a recovery point objective (RPO) of the last transaction performed, so your company can get back to business as usual in no time.

Of course, our HAaaS package isn’t the only business continuity option we offer. Our backup services also include a range of disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) packages that you can choose from depending on your needs and budget, including:

  • RTO within 12 hours, with cloud-based recovery through a customer-premise backup appliance and an RPO of the last data replication
  • RTO within 24 hours, with tape-based recovery performed by Abacus Solutions and an RPO of the last saved tape
  • RTO within 48 hours, with tape-based recovery performed by the customer and an RPO of the last saved tape

We also offer cloud hosting packages, so whether you’re interested in supplementing your existing infrastructure or making a complete transition to cloud computing, you can count on us for turnkey hosting services. Our options include the Entry i Cloud, which offers basic infrastructure as a service (IaaS) hosting, and the Enterprise i Cloud, a more robust IaaS package with optional platform as a service (PaaS) hosting.

For more information about the IBM i high availability services we offer for businesses of all sizes, contact Abacus Solutions today.