Disaster Recovery as a Service: 7 Top Providers

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Seagate Cloud Resiliency Services

Seagate Cloud Resiliency Services offers both self-managed and provider-managed data protection and recovery services. Their DRaaS model provides real-time replication of your system data, as well as access during planned downtime. They guarantee availability of your critical data within one hour of an outage, ensuring you'll be able to access your systems even in the event of a disaster.

 Strengths:

  • Seagate offers tiered storage to guarantee your most critical data can be retrieved as soon as possible during an outage.
  • Additional storage can reach up to 15 percent more at no extra charge.
  • Daily data integrity checking ensures system stability.
  • Seagate offers extensive language support.

Seagate utilizes a one-hour SLA option that is compatible with any backup solution, mitigating the need for a secondary site. The services also support a number of Windows and virtual platforms, to protect your data and applications, including NetApp; Microsoft Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012; Microsoft Exchange; SQL Server, File Server and SharePoint; Blackberry Server; IBM i and IBM AIX; Red Hat and SUSE Linux; and VMware.

Disaster recovery is a critical feature that every business, large or small, should employ. Without it, millions of dollars could be lost or entire businesses wiped out of existence. From hardware failures to large-scale natural disasters, businesses must be prepared to bounce back within the shortest timeframe possible or face dire consequences. Disaster Recovery as a Service is one option organizations should consider, especially if full-time, on-site DR staff is not an option.

The DRaaS industry has seen rapid evolution and growth since 2012. According to Gartner, the estimated "size of the DRaaS market will be approximately $1.3 billion, with a related compound annual growth rate of approximately 30 percent." By 2018, Gartner estimates that the size of the DRaaS market will exceed that of the market for more traditional subscription-based DR services. This slideshow features seven top disaster recovery providers.

 
 
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