Data recovery service features
- Efficient IT systems coverage including cost benefits
- Reduced costs that are associated with traditional Disaster Recovery solutions
- Less complicated procedures while recovering highly complex IT systems
- Ensure minimal downtime across simple and complex IT systems
- IT systems resiliency increased through DR test capabilities, analysis and points of restore.
Disaster Recovery (DR) services helps solve the challenge of moving the data to a secure recovery location with minimal loss. It also must activate the data so that it functions just as it did before the disaster. Simultaneously, maintaining the DR environment, expertise, and ever-evolving discipline to operate such a function.
Disaster Recovery as a Service helps during critical times of the failover, recovers valuable data, and workloads at a secondary site for disaster recovery. DR as a Service also offers self-service control through a web portal, allowing direct interaction with the service.
The DR as a Service's priority is to provide a turnkey platform that service providers can add to their service catalogue. It also delivers promises that meets the demand for the recovery of workload in their data center.
Key benefits of disaster recovery services
Reduced complexity : Backup, recovery and disaster recovery in a software based solution
The point in time restore : System state restoration of a client backed upon aspecific date and time
Cross hardware restore : Restore systems to different hardware configurations completely
Automation for faster recovery times : Streamline DR readiness with automated scheduling optio for scheduled restores, replication and deduplicated copy.
Workflow automation : Fully customizable workflow automation and automation of complex DR run books.
Operating system reinstall : Use a central location to initiate the recovery process.
Integrated cloud storage options : Extend offsite DR with the most efficient cloud storage integration.
Broad OS output : Support for all Windows and Linux operating systems.