Description: CDR 48HR WIN LNX 25 RECOV SVR 25 VMS 1YR
Carbonite Cloud Disaster Recovery 48-Hour – Subscription license (1 year) – 25 recovery servers, 4 external IP addresses, 80 SSL VPN connections, 1 24-bit vlan, 1 DR test per year – hosted – monthly fee, program fee required – Linux, Win
The growth of disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) gives businesses new options for keeping a secondary copy of systems and applications accessible in a separate location. Many businesses are beginning to adopt the DRaaS approach because it’s a way to leverage the cloud to support greater IT resiliency. But much of the focus has been on protection for modern platforms and virtualized networks running in VMware or Hyper-V. What’s often neglected by the providers of DRaaS solutions is protection for legacy systems that serve as the backbone for financial firms and global enterprises. In fact, legacy systems are just as important to protect as modern ones because they often contain highly sensitive financial and corporate data that businesses can’t afford to lose.
With full support for legacy systems like IBM iSeries and AIX, Carbonite Disaster Recovery gives businesses all the benefits of DRaaS with more flexibility to protect legacy investments. When combined with Carbonite Recover for modern cloud and virtual systems, complete data protection platform gives businesses cloud failover capabilities for any system in their networks. With Carbonite Disaster Recovery and Carbonite Recover, businesses now have the tools they need to reap the benefits of DRaaS for both modern and legacy systems, including reduced cost and infrastructure, and simpler management over data protection environments.
Key Selling Points
Support for platforms such as iSeries and AIX
Managed service with SLAs guarantees timely access to your critical systems in the cloud after an outage
Experienced team of specialists to plan and test your DR strategy and keep your business up and running
Secure, remote access to your critical systems in the cloud via SSL VPN
Available with Carbonite Recover for total downtime (RTO) in minutes and recovery points (RPO) in seconds