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Disaster Recovery as a Service

Designed Against Unpredictability.

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is a cloud computing and backup service model that uses cloud resources to protect applications and data from disruption caused by disaster. It gives an organization a total system backup that allows for business continuity in the event of system failure.

DRaaS is often offered in conjunction with a disaster recovery plan (DRP) or business continuity plan (BCP).

DRaaS enables the full replication and backup of all primary data and applications while serving as a secondary infrastructure. It actually becomes the new environment and allows an organization and users to continue with daily business processes while the primary system undergoes repair.

DRaaS is also available to organizations that employ on-premise solutions, making it a workable gateway and sandbox to test cloud computing. It requires an organization to replicate a system on the cloud without discarding its on-premise system and, once backed up, enables testing of such a system. (Source: https://www.techopedia.com)

GlassHouse Disaster Recovery Service enables your IT workload, whether virtual or physical, to be transferred to our secure cloud infrastructure with our instant data synchronization technology. With 15 years of data backup expertise, GlassHouse provides the protection of your entire IT workload, and allows you to work securely in the GlassHouse Cloud data center in the event of a disaster.

Each company has different business processes and availability needs. As a result, a cookie cutter approach to disaster recovery solutions are not viable for Enterprise class IT operations. GlassHouse’s expert team will work with you to design disaster process specific to your business processes, minimizing risk and disruption during disaster scenarios.  In case of disaster, you can continue to work on GlassHouse Cloud with the comfort of working in live environment 24/7.
 

Why GlassHouse Disaster Recovery as a Service?


Key features:
  • Protect VMware virtual machines with granular recovery
  • Use orchestration to enable test, failover, and failback to any point in time
  • Use consistency groups for fast, application-consistent recovery of VMs
  • Optimize WAN bandwidth use with data compression and deduplication
  • Support any storage array on the VMware hardware compatibility list (HCL)

Focus on your core business.
GlassHouse Cloud IaaS frees up your team to focus on your organization's core business rather than on IT infrastructure. You can eliminate the upfront expense of setting up and managing a datacenter and use your CAPEX for your core business.

Innovate rapidly with GlassHouse.
On GlassHouse's DRaaS platform you do not need to put your ideas on hold, as you wait for hardware to be deployed. Our computing infrastructure is available and can be ready in minutes or hours, rather than the days or weeks it could take to set up internally.

Increase stability, reliability, and supportability.
GlassHouse specializes in running Enterprise IT. When you are on our platform there's no need to maintain and upgrade software and hardware or troubleshoot equipment problems. GlassHouse's team takes care of all that so that you can focus on your own business.

 

State-of-the-art replication methodology: Dell Technologies RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines


- Easily managed, agile infrastructures are critical to the management of modern data centers and disaster recovery scenarios. We have built our DR-aaS service on Dell's RecoverPoint for VM (RP4VM).

With RecoverPoint for VM, GlassHouse can enable quick recovery of VMware virtual machines to any point in time.



Dell EMC RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines provides continuous data protection (CDP) for operational recovery and disaster recovery. As a result, GlassHouse can meet the toughest recovery point objectives (RPOs) and recovery time objectives (RTOs).

Key features:
    • Protect VMware virtual machines with granular recovery to the VM level
    • Use orchestration to enable test, fail over, and fail back to any point in time
    • Use consistency groups for fast, application-consistent recovery of VMs
    • Optimize WAN bandwidth use with data compression and deduplication
    • Support any storage array on the VMware hardware compatibility list (HCL)
 
 
 

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