Marketing bovine manure, what else would it be ?
(Reading between lines - DSSD does not support replication or any other means of DR, so let's pretend we planned it all along and designed it for applications that do not require DR).
*P2 = “Platform 2” applications stacks, which almost always have some RDBMS (eg. Oracle) at the bottom, and may be custom J2EE/.NET apps, or off the shelf enterprise software stacks. P2 applications depend on infrastructure resilience/backup/DR/etc… They are the kind of apps that if someone said “what happens if I shut off this rack?” someone would start screaming about “do you want to invoke the DR plan!”.
*P3 = “Platform 3” app stacks, which have a data fabric at the bottom – not a RDBMS - are built on PaaS/microservice architectures, and have little to no expectation of infrastructure resilience. They are the kind of apps that if someone said “what happens if I shut off this rack?”, the developer should say : “I’ve built this app with full geo-dispersion and expectations of eventual consistency models – go right ahead”.