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Few companies can afford operational disruption, yet IT budgets remain flat and can’t encompass the growing need for additional resiliency measures to protect critical-business applications. The recovery-as-a-service offering from VMware, VMware vCloud® Air™ Disaster Recovery, helps you fulfill the need to implement or supplement your organization’s continuity plans while addressing budget, time, and resources constraints. It provides simplified replication and recovery based on the VMware vSphere® platform. For a successful setup of your disaster recovery service, keep in mind the following tips when getting started.
There is no question that every business wants to protect their operations from downtime
and loss of data. But many companies don’t have the internal expertise or budget to
implement the disaster recovery plan they need. Traditional disaster recovery solutions
typically cost too much; they’re too complex; and they are not always reliable.
VMware vCloud® Air™ Disaster Recovery introduces native cloud-based disaster recovery capabilities for VMware vSphere® virtual environments. Built on VMware’s hypervisor-based replication engine, vSphere Replication, and integration support with vCloud Air, it provides simple and secure asynchronous replication and failover. Consider these top five reasons why you should look to the cloud for your disaster recovery needs.
Most organizations know they need to protect
their business critical information to minimize
downtime in the event of outages, failures,
disasters and other disruptions. But not all
companies have the budget, expertise, or
time to develop a comprehensive disaster
Traditional disaster recovery plans are prohibitively complex and expensive for mid-sized businesses with limited budgets and resources to successfully configure and manage a solution in-house.
For organizations with disaster recovery services in place, the challenge often lies in supporting the ongoing maintenance and re-evaluating the initial investment versus newer offerings as their environment continues to expand, or leases expire.