QRISdata Ark collections have two copies of data maintained across two geographically distributed locations. Once new primary data is added to a QRISdata Ark collection, the data is replicated to the alternate location, within a target of 24 hours.
QRISdata Warp collections utilise the same backing storage as QRISdata Ark collections, however, they include an additional copy of the current versions of data files on disk storage, with a subset of a collection’s most active files also residing on a high-speed, parallel filesystem.
Modifications to an existing data file results in a new version for that file. Previous versions are retained for a period of at least six (6) months. Recovery and restoration of previous versions of data can be requested through the QRIScloud Help Desk.
Neither Warp or Ark provide data encryption at rest. Encryption in transit is provided through Secure Shell (SSH).