Secure Your Disaster Recovery Response

A Key Feature of Release 2.0

More complex and critical workloads require a higher level of integrity. The ability to implement redundancy becomes a requirement to protect and secure the most important asset every organization has, data. Walacor provides this functionality without complex setup and administration enabling every implementation to benefit.

As a first step to full clustering capabilities, Walacor offers Disaster Recovery Replication. This maintains a redundant copy of all data to enable recovery and ensures integrity. Customers now have the ability to create fault tolerance to protect critical workloads.

Data synchronization occurs between Master and Replica nodes, facilitated by a shared persistence layer. The most important use cases are to serve as Disaster Recovery during hardware failures or ransomware attacks. Walacor offers one-to-one or one-to-many Master-Replica setups that adapt to the importance and sensitivity of the data.

How It Works

Walacor uses a shared persistence layer that includes existing storage technology (cloud or SAN) to enable multiple Walacor nodes to have access to the same version of the truth. All information in the persistence layer (Data, Files, Schemas) is encrypted with Quantum Resistant NIST Top Secret Algorithms to ensure that integrity and secrecy is maintained. All Walacor Platform nodes that have access to the same persistence layer form a network of nodes that increase the overall resiliency and long term integrity of the cluster.

Problems Solved with Replication

Data Security

The replica is an exact copy of all data submitted to the master. If there is a catastrophic event that degrades the integrity of the data (User Error, Hardware, Fraud) recovery is assured from the replica.

Geographic Resilience

Nodes can be placed around the world. With minimal configuration, and limited surface area, a network of nodes can be created to ensure all data is protected.


In future versions of Walacor clustering, multiple nodes will be able to act as one. This allows for virtually unlimited performance to address high demand workloads.