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DRaaS

Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS)

Fully Managed solution

Comprehensive, automated, 24x7 BC/DR protection, installed without disrupting production operations.

No downtime. No data loss.

Automatic failover to cloud-hosted or physical replica servers within minutes of an outage.

Flexible testing

Test recovery operations any time, with no prior scheduling and no additional fee.

Secure online portal

Web-based control panel provides secure, 24/7 visibility into networks and servers, with real-time activity and system health reporting. 

Features and Benefits

BC/DR
Improved Manageability
Enhanced Protection
Industry Expertise

Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) is a managed business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) service that allows you to conduct business as usual during unexpected outages and planned downtime.

During failover, your users are redirected to a real-time replica server in one of our secure cloud data centers. Failover is rapid and seamless. DRaaS returns user and application access in seconds (some applications may take a few minutes). This ensures continued service for your business and uninterrupted access for your customers. DRaaS gives you full control and supports automatic and manual failover.

Deployment Models

  • Premises-to-Cloud: Replication between servers in your IT infrastructure (private or hybrid cloud) and our cloud-based data centers.
  • Cloud-to-Cloud: For organizations using NTT Communications cloud services, replication happens between servers in our cloud.

The DRaaS customer portal extends management across multiple clouds and gives users unparalleled access to the health of their entire IT estate.

  • Service Level Agreement (SLA) triggers and reminders
  • Cross-cloud infrastructure management
  • Cross-platform health monitoring
  • Hybrid cloud availability monitoring
  • Orchestration management through runbooks
  • Data sovereignty and location validation
  • Complete ecosystem auditing
  • Sophisticated metering
  • Remote management, monitoring and reporting
  • Advanced change control management
  • Integrated data archiving

DRaaS protects your business by replicating critical servers, operating systems, supported applications and end-user data to one of our secure, 24/7-accessible cloud data centers. Servers and data are kept current through real-time, bandwidth-efficient continuous replication over an encrypted virtual private network (VPN) tunnel. This protects your business from the negative economic impact of unplanned server outages.

DRaaS is built on a foundation of global infrastructure leadership, BC/DR knowledge and DRaaS technology:

Global Infrastructure leadership

  • Top 2 global Internet IP backbone
  • Private network in 196 countries
  • Global data center footprint: 140+ data centers, 3.9+ million sq. ft.

DRaaS Knowledge and Consulting

  • Dedicated DRaaS technical account managers (TAM)
  • BC/DR professional services and expertise
  • Best-in-class network security teams and knowledge
  • World-class data management capabilities

DRaaS Technology

  • Leading DRaaS portal technology, powered by Geminare.
  • Integrations with key Infrastructure
  • Unique DRaaS specific feature development
  • SLA definition and delivery capability
  • Health check capability
  • Infrastructure monitoring

 

 

 

 

 

 

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