I don't think there's anything by HP specifically about DR for TRIM. Typically HP say something like this:
"Rather than introduce further complication to an environment by deploying additional backup management facilities, TRIM Context is designed tofit within an organisation’s existing backup and disaster recovery managementpractices at the relational database management system (RDBMS) and fileserver levels. In practice, this means all meta-data, classes, folders, internal audit trail, etc. will be protected under the RDBMS standard backup and recoveryprocedures, and system configuration, external audit trail, document stores andcontent indexes will be protected under the organization’s chosen file serverbackup and recovery facilities."
I've attached an old white paper that probably originated from TOWER days that may be interesting reading:
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A disaster recovery software works as a platform which is used for is the process, policies and procedures related to preparing for recovery or continuation of technology, if you are interested to buy disaster recovery software. So you choose the best.