DR as a Service
No organization is immune from a disaster. Whether your organization is a small-to-medium-size business or international enterprise, losing critical data or customer information can cause severe damage. You cannot function without access to your most crucial data for an extended period. By combining backup computer software technology with a reliable IT disaster recovery strategy, you will stay up and running. Cloud disaster recovery allows keeping entire virtual environments ready, reducing the recovery time from a business disruption to minutes or even seconds.
CyberNX disaster recovery service delivers quick failover of your critical workloads to the cloud, improving your business continuity capabilities. Ensure data availability of all critical workloads making your infrastructure more resilient and cost-efficient.
- Mitigating risk, such as snapshots or mirror copy failure and corruption, human error, hardware failure, or poorly documented communication.
- Minimizing downtime: keeping your business online!
- Insuring against natural disasters by having geographic diversity: storing copies of your data in several locations.
- Having the ability to withstand human error or physical impact on a production environment.
- Limit the effect on the business or downstream customers.
CyberNX Top 5 Protection Controls
||Detect issues and threats before they pose a risk to any environment
||CyberNX Peregrine SOC Method: SOC Triages Aler
||Proactively protect your data, systems, and applications by preventing attacks from happening in the first place
||CyberNX Peregrine SOC Method: SOC notifies Customer to Prevent and contain attacks
||Enable quick action to minimize risk
||CyberNX Peregrine SOC Prevent and contain attacks
||Quickly and safely restore data from known, accurate backups in the event it gets compromised
||CyberNX Managed Backup and DR Method: Enabled customer to build Robust Backup and DR MSP247 enables robust Backup and DR
||Mitigate future risks by collecting and performing forensic investigations
||CyberNX Peregrine SOC Method: CyberNX AppSec Provides Forensic Services
FAQ's for DR as a Service
Disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) is a cloud computing service model that enables a company to backup its data and IT infrastructure in a third-party cloud computing environment and provide all the DR orchestration, all through a SaaS solution, to regain access and functionality to IT infrastructure.
Catastrophe recovery is the process used by a company to regain functioning and access to its IT infrastructure following a natural disaster, cyberattack, or even business interruptions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. A disaster recovery strategy may include a number of different disaster recovery (DR) techniques.
Making a second copy?or numerous copies?of data is known as backup. To safeguard data, you back it up. The plan and procedures for speedily restoring access to IT resources like as apps and data following an outage are referred to as disaster recovery.
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Establish your needs. Choose a service provider.
Recovery from Disasters as a Service The disaster recovery service (DRaaS) is offered by a service provider. The suppliers duplicate your business process in their cloud environment and set up a failover site in distant data centres. This spares you from having to construct and manage a failover site.
Disaster recovery focuses on recovering data access and IT infrastructure after a crisis, whereas business continuity focuses on keeping operations running throughout a disaster.
An organization's official disaster recovery plan (DRP) outlines in great detail how to handle unanticipated catastrophes including natural disasters, power outages, cyberattacks, and other disruptive occurrences.
DRaaS makes IT administration simpler and gives your IT personnel more time to focus on what they do best. You'll be operational more rapidly since you cannot afford to put off the implementation of your disaster recovery strategy. You won't have to wait months for hardware installations and testing to finish with DRaaS.
Disaster recovery exercises are used to create recovery plans, test their applicability, and simulate fault scenarios. Disaster recovery drills don't impair services.