Storone Assigned Patent

Datacenters disaster recovery
By Francis Pelletier on 2017.07.18

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Storone Ltd., Ra'anana, Israel, has been assigned a patent (9,697,091) developed by Gordon, Raz, Hadera, Israel, Kipnis, Tal, Givaatayim, Israel, and Loewenberg, Guy, Givataim, Israel, for a "system and method for datacenters disaster recovery."

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: "Method and system for asynchronously dispersing Disaster Recovery, (DR) enabling data between a plurality of storage sites. The method comprises: receiving, at a primary storage site, a written block and a write frequency counter associated with the written block. In case the write frequency counter is below a threshold: receiving information dispersal parameters including number indicative of a size difference between said written block and DR enabling data based on said written block, number of slices to slice said DR enabling data into and data indicative of DR storage sites of said plurality of storage sites for storing said slices. Further calculating DR enabling data based on written block, wherein DR enabling data is larger than said written block by size difference, slicing DR enabling data in accordance with number of slices, and dispersing slices in accordance with data indicative of DR storage sites."

The patent application was filed on August 15, 2016 (15/237,253).