Simple, Reliable Disaster Recovery for All Your Applications
The cost of downtime to your business is higher than ever. Organizations without disaster recovery protection risk costly data and revenue loss when an adverse situation strikes. Cloud technology has catapulted DR solutions and cloud-based Recovery-as-a-Service makes disaster recovery protection for all applications cost-effective, simple and automated.
What is Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service?
Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (RaaS) is a fully managed application recovery solution in the cloud. RaaS brings replication and disaster recovery services to applications hosted in the cloud and in most virtualized infrastructure environments. This cloud-based disaster recovery solution enables application protection by replicating into testable, reliable and cost-effective cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service.
Benefits of Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service
- Cut Costs—Lower barriers to entry with costs based on cloud economics
- Reduce Risk—RTO and RPOs a fraction of traditional DR timelines
- Complete Recovery—Recover entire applications with consistency groups
- Simple DR Testing—Test easily and often for guaranteed recovery
- 100% Software-based—Save time with no agents to install or manage
- Replicate Anywhere—Replicate from any storage/SAN without making changes
Why use Cloud-based Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service?
With cloud-based RaaS solutions, testing is easy and affordable. Your DR solution is only as good as its ability to recover when you need it. With cloud-based RaaS, you’ll have the confidence only frequent testing can provide to know you will be able to recovery quickly and easily when you need to most.
Meet Compliance Needs with Recovery-as-a-Service
Achieve external and internal compliance requirements with Recovery-as-a-Service by backing up and recovering applications and data to secure, offsite datacenters. Simple DR testing combined with low RTO and RPOs enable even the most regulated industries to achieve their recovery needs.
What is the Difference Between Backups and RaaS?
Backups only protect data within an application, where RaaS protects the entire application. When your team needs to recover after a declaration, RaaS allows you to be up and running in a matter of minutes or hours, not days or weeks as with application backups.