Rackspace has extended its existing Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) for on-premises, colocation and multi-cloud environments. Rackspace uses Zerto’s DR software to deliver managed services for all aspects of disaster recovery planning, assessment and management, with customised SLAs.
Rackspace DRaaS for Zerto, according to the company, gives customers a cost-efficient alternative to traditional DR solutions to help reduce downtime and service disruptions. The disaster recovery process is managed by the company, allowing users to focus on their own core tasks.
The DRaaS solution is designed to simplify and automate the recovery process. The solution supports on-premises, multi-cloud and colocation workloads. It uses the Zerto IT Resilience Platform to easily replicate production applications to the cloud and professional services to design and execute disaster recovery plans.
There is also an automated recovery and continuous backup. This keeps data safe and allows it to be restored quickly and easily. The advanced cusomization and scalability capabilities offer flexibility to choose RTO, RPO and test procedures that meet the unique requirements and needs.
Filling the hole
“We’re filling a big gap in the DRaaS market,” said Henry Tran, vice president and managing director of Managed Hosting and Colocation at Rackspace. “Most IT organizations need effective and efficient DR solutions to minimize downtime, maintain compliance and safeguard their reputation. Few organisations have the time or resources to manage and audit the process to the highest standards. Rackspace is uniquely positioned as it is the only DRaaS provider that can both eliminate the burden of end-to-end disaster recovery management and help customers plan for multi-cloud transformations. This goes beyond business continuity and compliance.”This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.