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Discover how DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) simplifies recovery

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Discover how DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) simplifies recovery

Learn how Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) makes recovery easy

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Traditional catastrophe recovery's difficulties

When a crucial system fails, whether due to ransomware, a natural disaster, or human mistake, firms incur revenue and productivity losses until normal operations are resumed. Thus, numerous firms are rushing to establish catastrophe recovery plans.

Nevertheless, with so many disaster recovery solutions on the market, it can be difficult to choose the best one for your business.

Why choose for DRaaS (Disaster Recover as a Service)?

When disasters happen, businesses try to restore order as quickly as possible. The quickest option to recover is to move the affected workload to a different server, typically at a secondary location. Yet, the expense of redundant gear, data centre space, and additional IT resources is prohibitive for the majority of enterprises, leaving many small and medium-sized businesses unprepared for a crisis.

The cloud's capacity for disaster recovery

Moving disaster recovery to the cloud is one way to take advantage of its scalability, availability, and cost effectiveness. Software is used to replicate workloads, data, and system settings to a provider's cloud as part of disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS).

Data and apps stored in the cloud are set up as a secondary production site in the case of a disaster and stay functional until the primary site restarts operations and failback is possible. DRaaS is a well-liked solution that aids companies in safeguarding their data, enhancing application availability, and reducing the effects of outages.

Carbonite® Recover, the OpenText DRaaS offering, mitigates the risk of unscheduled downtime by securely replicating mission-critical systems to the cloud and ensuring that an up-to-date copy is always accessible when required. Organizations can develop a comprehensive data protection strategy by utilising non-disruptive, self-service tests, failover reports, and professional services support.

OpenText has a clear vision for a comprehensive spectrum of services for information and data management that includes both data management and security.


Mar 21, 2023