Database Recovery as a Service or DBRaaS is a simple and cost-effective DR solution that integrates with your existing on premise database implementations and provides a corresponding in-Cloud failover database.
Protect your most important asset – your data… Replicate the database into an enterprise class, Cloud based data centre while being sensitive to regional regulatory requirements – UK or international. DBRaaS offers minimal maintenance and cost efficiency while delivering security and peace of mind.
Automating your database disaster recovery plan…
Straightforward, automated protection and disaster recovery in the cloud
Protect your environment by automating the replication of the virtual machines, based on policies that you set and control. Database Recovery can protect any physical servers, using a service of your choice or a data centre as your recovery site. Site Recovery coordinates and manages the ongoing replication of data by integrating with existing technologies.
Replication and disaster recovery to cloud
Replicate your workloads to cloud and enable new capabilities. Applications can be migrated to cloud with just a few clicks, or switch to cloud temporarily when you encounter a surge in demand. Run reports and analytics on copies of production workloads without affecting customers. Beforehand new versions of applications with copies of live data are tested, then seamlessly setting the newer version into production in your data centre.
Availability of your Business Intelligence systems
In today’s world of near real time information feeds, many are tracking their performance minute by minute, always trying to tune their offering to maximise revenues.
From understanding immediate flash sales figures to factoring in foot fall statistics or weather conditions, or seasonal sales trends, or the impact of major news events such as Brexit, organisations are continuously looking to understand their consumers’ behaviors and habits and influence their buying decisions through these understandings.
Protect your valuable data by replicating your databases securely into the Cloud, ensuring your critical business applications are recoverable in the event of a disaster.Learn More
Traditionally, building a DBR solution requires the duplication of…
• A secondary data centre
• Physical servers and storage
But the cost doesn’t stop there. DR solutions involve…
• Support staff
• Ongoing utility expenses
• Periodic hardware refreshes
All of which sit idle waiting for a disaster that may never happen.
Alternatively, you can eliminate the expensive burden of disaster recovery sites and infrastructure and implement a low cost and simple hybrid Cloud based solution.Learn More
Your data is secure over the wire and at rest. Once your DR database is in the Cloud, you can rest assured that it is stored on replicated storage in more than one data centre. With a 99.9% service availability, you can sleep easy knowing you can recover from a disaster at a moment’s notice.Learn More
Using built-in and vendor standard technologies, information is transmitted efficiently to your Cloud recovery server. Once the baseline copy of your database to the recovery server is secured, only transactional changes are sent as defined by your Recovery Point Objective (RPO). Built-in features such as compression and encryption help boost IT efficiency.Learn More
Cybersecurity attacks today are more relentless, sophisticated, targeted, and damaging. It’s no wonder that security is the #1 concern for organizations everywhere.
You can rest assured knowing that we and our partners take this topic seriously and will continue to provide the trustworthy computing solutions organisations are looking for.
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