Disaster Recovery is the planning and IT strategy put in place by a company in order to limit downtime of any systems, processes or applications that essentially run the business. If a company has a security breach (such as a ransomware attack) or network outages, a Disaster Recovery plan out lines the steps taken in order to set up an alternate environment which your primary environment can fail over to. This is also referred to as Site Level protection. This ensures that all of your mission critical systems can still run, your data is secured, and employees can still access applications which they use to run the business.
A backup plan is just one part of the complete Disaster Recovery plan. Backups are copies of data intended to restore an old version of a file. A company may decide to do daily back ups, and depending on when the failure happened, the company would lose a days worth of data. Backups can be run more often but this usually affects production environments performance. An on-premise back up is usually stored on removable media devices like type drives and taken offsite in case of an emergency. The Recovery Time Objective (RTO) for backups is typically days and in extreme cases weeks.
The RTO of a true Disaster Recovery strategy is measured in minutes. With public cloud, backups can now be done utlising cloud storage.
We provide a service where we back up your data to the Azure Cloud. This can potentially replace existing solutions and would certainly lead to cost savings.
We assess your environment, make appropriate recommendations and replicate your environment into the Azure Cloud. We monitor, address any issues that arise and perform monthly disaster recovery drills. This is offered as a managed service.
Read this eBook to understand the difference, the benefits of a Disaster Recovery plan and information on how to claim your free assessment
Customers do not have to pay for infrastructure, the power to run and cool machines, or IT personnel to manage machines, saving customers from paying to maintain a secondary data centre. You pay for what you use.
Leverage automation to enable the true power of recovery plans and allow you to failover your workloads with a click of a button, removing guess work and stress involved in a disaster.
Disaster Recovery is no longer constrained by geographical barriers. The ability to ask for quick restoration of workloads allows customers to gather the necessary information to meet compliance
As the 14 x winner of the Microsoft Data Analytics Partner of the Year award as well as having a dedicated team of senior cloud architect and security experts, Altron Karabina is uniquely positioned to provide expert guidance in protecting, managing and migrating your data assets and environments.
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