Cloud Disaster Recovery News
May 27, 2016
Zerto's cloud-based Virtual Manager hypervisor replication tool copies applications and data to the public cloud and does failback for disaster recovery.
May 26, 2016
BC/DR software vendor Zerto has increased mobility, with the unveiling of an application that lets users monitor their business continuity anywhere, without a VPN.
February 24, 2016
Red Hat made available its Gluster Storage distributed file system for users of Google Compute Engine, an additional major cloud option, along with Amazon and Microsoft Azure.
December 21, 2015
In 2015, the number of DRaaS vendors increased and products improved, but cloud disaster recovery is still having trouble finding favor in large organizations.
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Cloud or online backup is a backup strategy that utilizes the cloud to send a copy of data off-site. It is sold on a subscription basis and typically priced based on usage. Continue Reading
Backup as a service uses external providers to deliver cloud-based backup services to an enterprise. It can help organizations avoid costly upgrades or provide companies that lack the resources to perform on-premises backups. Continue Reading
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Cloud-based disaster recovery can be a cost-effective, practical means of DR. Discover how well you know this method compared to a more conventional DR approach with physical sites. Continue Reading
Is DRaaS reliable? Is failing over to the cloud a smooth procedure? Expert Brien Posey breaks down these two widespread concerns with the cloud recovery process. Continue Reading
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With Azure VM backup, virtual machines can run in the cloud while a business gets back on its feet. But there are two key considerations to keep in mind. Continue Reading
In creating a plan for data recovery in the cloud, it's important to keep track of your infrastructure, DR requirements and the potential duration of failover. Continue Reading
Cloud migration methods may differ when it comes to a particular use case. In this tip, George Crump explains the five most popular methods of migrating to the cloud. Continue Reading
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Failing over to the cloud can be handled by a DRaaS provider, but concerns over data movement and performance need to be addressed before the cloud DR strategy is implemented. Continue Reading
Some cloud DR providers offer provisions that make it feasible for an organization's employees to work remotely if the office is not accessible. Continue Reading
There's a struggle between doing storage the "old way" and the new demands that virtual servers put on networked storage. Storage vendors have retooled their systems to be virtual machine (VM)-friendlier and startups offer VM-specific arrays, but... Continue Reading