Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery (DR) solutions are used to enable organizations to failover to a remote environment in the case of system outages or because of man made or natural disasters that would otherwise cause expensive service disruptions. DR solutions can be very expensive for companies maintaining their own hot-standby environment in a remote on-premises location that is otherwise sitting idle. Cloud computing platforms are well suited for offering DR as a service due to their pay-as-you-go pricing model that can lower costs, and their use of automated virtual platforms that can minimize the recovery time after a failure.

WANdisco LiveData Platform

LiveData Platform guarantees global data consistency and accessibility for your critical applications, and protects your data in the event of a disaster.

Evolve from Point-in-Time Backup

Continuous replication protects data and doesn’t impact on-premises or cloud application performance.

Automate Recovery after an Outage

Self-healing capabilities streamline site recovery. Rest easy with near zero RTO and RPO data protection.

Enable Cost-Effective Utilization

Fully utilize hardware previously reserved for backup and recovery and improve your infrastructure ROI.

Download the Data Lake Disaster Recovery eBook to learn more

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