Understanding the direct link between technology and patient care should motivate you to ensure that your organization has a strong Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) plan in place. In addition to the significant benefits and confidence you achieve, it can actually be the difference between life and death.
So, if you had to push the button today — right now — could you have your workloads up and running within the agreed recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO), or RTPO™? Do you have a clear understanding of what the agreed RTPOs are for any given application within your company?
In this practical guide by Conversational Geek, you’ll learn the key steps to easily integrate a BCDR plan into your IT strategy, including:
Gain confidence in your BCDR plan so you know that when (not if) disaster strikes, you can save the day!
Nowadays, disaster recovery is critical for businesses of all sizes, but what should systems administrators and solution owners be looking for from their DRaaS provider?
Backup and recovery needs differ from business to business and the service offered must be able to cope with broad variations in customer technological requirements.
Read this guide and learn how to survive unexpected IT events and meet your company’s needs by choosing the right DRaaS provider through:
The immediate response to disaster recovery (DR) planning is resistance. It has a reputation of being difficult and time consuming and when you add on the demand for 24.7.365 business application Availability, the effort seems futile.
In this new Wiley publication, learn more about:
The executive brief summarizes the key findings published in the recent eBook, Get your DRaaS basics with Veeam® and For Dummies!Read now
Cloud-based disaster recovery (DR), also known as Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS), presents a significant opportunity for companies of all sizes to save money on or expand DR capabilities. DRaaS offers substantially more benefits than traditional DR strategies, including:
Compelling economic and efficiency arguments have caused more and more companies throughout the world to weigh options for adopting a DRaaS plan that assures timely restoration of IT software and services in the event of a downtime event.
This report covers the history of DRaaS, common and uncommon features and capabilities of DRaaS and best practices for companies looking to evaluate and implement DRaaS solutions.Read now
The traditional way of preparing for disaster recovery (DR) — by physically moving data off-site on tapes — is already old-fashioned. Leveraging the cloud is a more efficient way to modernize your DR strategy. Cloud-based DR provides a number of advantages over the traditional approach. It allows you to save with a pay-as-you-go model, use a functionally unlimited storage capacity and get the flexibility of the cloud. At the same time, integration of the cloud in your off-site backup and recovery solution brings up new challenges that you need to address.
This essential guide, by Orin Thomas, an IT Pro and bestselling author, covers the most important aspects to consider when planning your cloud backup and DR strategy. You’ll understand the benefits of cloud-based DR solutions in comparison to the traditional off-site backup and recovery services and get insights to implementing Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). The utilization of cloud facilities managed and offered by service providers makes DRaaS an excellent off-site backup and recovery solution for small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
The guide unlocks the most common concerns around data security management in the cloud and the cost-efficiency of cloud services. You’ll also get recommendations on how to meet compliance regulations and choose the right DRaaS vendor.
Read this e-book to learn how you can address the challenges around cloud backup and DR, including:
Disaster recovery (DR) helps companies to increase the Availability in modern data centers by leveraging replication technologies and creating standby replicas of virtual machines off site. However, replicating VMs is only part of the problem to solve: In order to make it a proper service, both end users and service providers need a solution that has a complete set of features and capabilities that go beyond replication.
Veeam Cloud Connect Replication is a fast, secure, cloud-based disaster recovery (DR) solution that brings Veeam’s cloud technology to the next level. VM replication with Veeam Cloud Connect is easy to use and simple to set up, thanks to a single TCP port connectivity protected by a secure, reliable SSL/TLS connection from the customer to the Disaster Recovery as a Service provider.
But, Veeam Cloud Connect offers even more than advanced image-based replication. Read this FREE white paper written by Veeam Evangelist and vExpert Luca Dell’Oca to learn more about Veeam Cloud Connect and:
The DRaaS market gets a lot of buzz, but end users tell us it’s hard to do. Many of the products in the market today offer a DRaaS solution in addition to, or separate from, an overall data protection strategy, often pulling the focus of IT away from their current datacenter investments and momentum. These solutions add an additional layer of management complexity, and often leave businesses uncertain that they can actually recover if something goes terribly wrong.
All of this, combined with the dramatically increased interest in DRaaS, makes the DRaaS market a great opportunity for service providers and resellers.
Check out results of Veeam survey of service providers and resellers, and see what they have to say about DRaaS market opportunity today:
This edition of VeeamUP is devoted to the increasingly popular topic of cloud-based Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS). To reduce unplanned downtime to an absolute minimum and keep businesses operating smoothly, a secondary site for disaster recovery (DR) is vital. But, setting up and maintaining a separate DR site is expensive and time-consuming, which is why DRaaS presents such a compelling alternative.
In this issue of VeeamUP, we’ll take a look at the latest DRaaS developments and show you: