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Live Webinar: The 5 Disaster Recovery Questions You’re Not Asking

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Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is changing the way data center administrators think about disaster recovery. A DR site and equipment no longer need to be bought in advance. DRaaS instead enables DR to be on-demand. The concept is

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How Fast can you Recover in the Cloud?


Some say it’s possible to recover servers into the cloud so quickly – and perform in the cloud so well – no one will even notice that a recovery happened. But one should definitely not assume this will be the

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Better RTOs & RPOs in the Cloud?

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Is it possible that the public cloud can give data centers what they’ve always needed? Is it possible to have very short RTOs and short RPOs by using someone else’s infrastructure to do the job? This is looking more and

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Faster Backup to the Cloud

Faster Backup to the Cloud

When using a cloud backup as a server (BaaS) or disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) the perception is that backup performance is about the same between solutions since they all count on the Internet for transfer and they all

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Does Google Have a Faster DRaaS Cloud? – Infrascale Briefing Note


All VMs are not created equal. Two VMs running on equivalent hardware could have different performance based on the hypervisor they’re using. And obviously two VMs using the same hypervisor could have different performance based on the underlying hardware. Could

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Is There A Better Option Than DRaaS?


Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is very appealing to data center administrators looking to meet ever tightening recovery objectives but still reduce costs. By leveraging DRaaS, organizations can eliminate the cost of a secondary site and buying stand-by equipment

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Introducing DRaaS 2.0


When Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) was first introduced its advantages were immediately obvious to the organizations that chose to use it. Namely the cost savings in not having to equip and operate a remote DR site. But limitations

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