Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)


Microsoft recently announced Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) offering, Azure Site Recovery, which enables automated protection, asynchronous ongoing replication, and orderly recovery of virtualized workloads between private clouds across enterprise sites or directly in Microsoft Azure accurately, consistently, and with minimal downtime.

Our customers are loving the simplicity and robustness of our offering and are benefitting from key capabilities that we built into the offering – At-Scale Configuration, Variable Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) that can be as low as 30 seconds, best-in-class Security and Encryption, Self-Service Disaster Recovery, and One-Click Orchestration using Recovery Plans

While Azure Site Recovery not only enables a low-cost, high-capability, CAPEX-saving, and OPEX-optimizing Disaster Recovery strategy for your IT Infrastructure, it can also help you quickly and easily spin-off additional development and testing environments or migrate on-premise virtual machines to Microsoft Azure.

For organizations that are adopting the Cloud as an important part of their IT strategy, Microsoft Azure, provides an open, broad and flexible platform on which applications can be developed using a broad set of operating systems, frameworks and languages: Windows to Linux, SQL Server to Oracle, .Net to Java, PHP, Python, Ruby, Node.js, and Hadoop.

Read More: Disaster Recovery to Azure using Azure Site Recovery

For more information and a free consult, please contact Henson Group at http://www.thehensongroup.com/Pages/Default.aspx or 800-980-1130

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