What is Disaster Recovery?
Disaster recovery (DR) refers to the tools and procedures that enable the recovery and continuity of vital technology infrastructure and systems following a disaster.
What are Atmosera’s Backup Capabilities?
Atmoersa has comprehensive backup capabilities. We give you options to get ahead of all events which can lead to a disaster. Atmosera services provide the means to replicate current production systems to Azure. The data and workloads are copied and preserved in Azure and can be safeguarded across multiple locations. We offer a completely managed experience creating a DR as a Service (DRaaS) solution for customers who can rely on us to keep their system running.
Replication occurs in two different modes:
Virtual Machine (VM) replication.
Physical Server replication.
As part of every deployment, customers get the following:
The Power of Azure Site Recovery (ASR) as a Foundation to DRaaS
ASR is natively integrated into Azure, enabling the management a DR solution but it is not always right for every use case. We provide the real world experience and best practices to provide the necessary functionality. ASR can be used to automate the recovery of services when a site outage happens at the primary data center. It helps bring over applications in an orchestrated way to restore service quickly, even for complex multi-tier workloads. The combination of ASR and Atmosera’s trained 24x7x365 experts delivers a DRaaS with the peace of mind customers demand.
Improve availability of data.
We ensure you can always access data when and where it is needed.
Stay in good standing.
We help you meet regulatory and compliance mandates.
We minimize unplanned outages, fines and system costs.
We help customers backup their data. Together we protect your business and reputation by ensuring you have the right backup strategy.
This includes a comprehensive plan to address:
Recovery Point Objective (RPO) – the length of time between backups, which translates to the amount of data at risk of loss
Recovery Time Objective (RTO) – how long it will take you to recover data from a loss event.
Depending on the answers to these important questions, we will help you configure exactly the right backup and storage solution.
Complimentary DR Assessment
We offer customers the opportunity to identify how to conduct business even when disasters strike and how best to take advantage of Azure as a DR target by leveraging ASR.
Simplify your Disaster Recovery (DR) solution by leveraging Azure Site Recovery (ASR):
-Eliminate the need for applications and appliances to perform the replication.
-Replicate your Virtual Machines (VMs) and data to a geo-distant Azure data center and even multiple locations.
-Protect everything including VMware VMs, physical servers, and applications.
-Pick the storage type that best meets your needs. Protect your data both on-premise and Azure to Azure.
Reduce your potential operational downtime with an automated, “set it and forget it” solution:
-Work with our team of experts to identify the right tradeoff between business continuity needs and budget.
-Eliminate the need for your team to oversee or update DR hardware and perform software patching.
-Leverage an easier process to replicate back to a VM for recovery.
-Let our team perform all the monitoring and ongoing management to keep everything in sync and running.
Safeguard your data and never lose it with multiple copies in any data center across the world:
-Backup your data centers, satellite offices and even remote workers.
-Backup everything including VMware virtual machines, physical servers and applications.
-Leverage geo-distant options for better disaster recovery abilities.
-Store your backups on media which won’t run out, get corrupted or risk being damaged and stolen.
Use a layered or tiered recovery approach:
-Avoid overtime with 24x7x365 on call team who proactively keep your DR solution running flawlessly.
-Combine your DR solution with the right backup strategy to support hourly, daily, and weekly safeguarding of your data including long-term retention.
Cut the expenses associated with traditional replication costs:
-Reduce the overhead required to maintain a DR solution.
-Only pay for compute resources when you need them to recover from a disaster or perform a test.
-Don’t worry about being charged for transfer of data into the cloud.
-Benefit from state of the art storage which is inexpensive.
-Don’t run the risk of running out of media or failing to perform backups on scheduled intervals.