Disaster Recovery, Planning & Monitoring
Offering a hybrid cloud disaster recovery as a service that helps mitigate the downtime caused by server crashes, ransomware attacks, or natural disasters. Disaster recovery as a service backs up physical servers and virtual machines to a local appliance before it is replicated to the cloud. The cloud could be a private cloud, provider cloud or a popular third party cloud, such as Google Cloud Platform, Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure or IBM Bluemix.
When a server crashes, or a file just needs to be restored, you can quickly restore recently backed up files locally or from the cloud. And in events – such as natural disasters – where both the primary server and the DR appliance are unavailable, then systems can be spun up in the cloud as a temporary center of operations until the primary servers can be restored. This hybrid approach enables you to spin up virtual machines (desktops or servers) locally or from the cloud, enabling your users to access their data and applications from a temporary production site, buying you time to fix the root problem.