Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DaaS)
Z7 Solutions has years of experience in offering impressive IT solutions to enterprises using disaster recovery as a service, or DRaaS. With DRaaS, we offer an off-site DR capability that helps our clients avoid the cost of maintaining a secondary data center.
If you are new to the concept of disaster recovery as a service or DRaaS, then you may not understand its need for your business. Don’t fret, for we can explain how your business could use Z7 Solutions as a disaster recovery service to maintain your business’s reliability.
What is DRaaS?
DRaaS is a cloud computing and backup service model that utilizes cloud resources to secure data and applications from interference caused by the disaster. By working with us as a disaster recovery service company, the organization gets a total system backup that helps in business continuity at times of system failure or other malfunctions.
At Z7 Solutions, we offer DRaaS in conjunction with a business continuity plan (BCP), or disaster recovery plan (DRP).
In-Depth Information on Disaster Recovery as a Service
DRaaS helps in the backup of all cloud applications and data along with full replication even while being employed as a secondary infrastructure. In fact, it works as a new environment that allows the enterprises and users to carry on with regular business processes while the primary system is in repair mode. With DRaaS, these applications run on virtual machines anytime, even if there is no real disaster.
DRaaS can also be used by enterprises that use on-premise solutions. It works as a workable gateway and sandbox that tests cloud computing. DRaaS also requires the enterprise to replicate the system on the cloud without obstructing the on-site system. Once the backup is successful, it enables the testing for the system.
Let’s take a look at some of the advantages that DRaaS brings:
When can you use Z7 Solutions Disaster recovery planning?
There are various reasons that can lead to the need for disaster recovery planning, but these are a few of the common reasons that increase the need:
1- In case of natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, floods, etc.
2- During power outages or equipment failure
3- In the occurrence of virtual malfunctions or cyber-attacks
Contact us to get a disaster recovery plan in place.