Disaster Recovery Services are typically a combination of product and service offerings. Examples could include anything from a fully managed backup replication target to a comprehensive Disaster Recovery offering spanning both technical and operational recovery.
DRaaS is a fundamental evolution of traditional DR from the prohibitively long-term and capital-intensive investment that represents a more accessible, far less expensive on-demand model that is a solid opportunity for most infrastructure providers, even as it carries its own inherent limitations. 451 Research end-user data reliably indicates that backup, data protection, DR and business-continuity services are among the most popular services that enterprises want to take 'to the cloud.'
Use Case and Recommended Products & Solutions
Orchestrated replication and recovery management for applications requiring zero or near zero RPOs with RTOs measured in seconds or minutes
RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines
Cost effective orchestrated recovery management for applications requiring RTO of hours vs minutes
Traditional array based replication capabilities
Where availability and serviceability (RAS) is of elevated importance due to the density of workloads running on this design
Modernize and Simplify with Unity