The cloud offers a variety of advantages over traditional approaches to off-site disaster recovery (DR): It eliminates the capital expenditure of building and maintaining a secondary site for DR and provides flexibility and virtually limitless storage capacity.
As the number of cloud-based DR offerings grows every day, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is becoming a more powerful option for organizations of all sizes when compared to traditional DR sites. However, the endless variety of options and all the buzz around DRaaS leaves businesses uncertain whether or not it’s a good fit for their infrastructure and why this technology can be a turning point for many organizations.
In this Technical Brief you will learn…
- Legacy off-site backup and recovery methods
- Cloud security concerns and how to address them
- Managing and monitoring cloud backup and disaster recovery
- Taking advantage of DRaaS