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Cloud disaster recovery News
November 22, 2016
Minutes count in legal work, and Graubard Miller needed a simpler platform for disaster recovery. The verdict: The law firm chose iland disaster recovery in the cloud.
October 28, 2016
After a massive tornado touched down across the state, the city of Opelika, Ala., looked to the cloud to get its IT infrastructure up and running in case of disaster.
April 05, 2016
Veeam Software is advancing the notion of hybrid deployments by providing customers an appliance for direct restores of VMware or Hyper-V workloads in Microsoft Azure.
April 03, 2015
Azure Site Recovery expands Microsoft's cloud disaster recovery capabilities to VMware users and potentially to other services, too.
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Cloud bursting is an application deployment model in which an application normally runs in a private cloud or local data center but can also run in a public cloud when the demand for computing capacity spikes. Continue Reading
Google Cloud Storage Nearline is a public cloud storage service from Google intended for data archiving, backup and disaster recovery. Continue Reading
Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is an object storage service from Amazon Web Services that enables developers to back up and archive data. Continue Reading
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This video describes five hidden gotchas of disaster recovery in the cloud. User expectations are sky-high, so it's important to understand the technology's pain points. Continue Reading
Data replication is a critical part of a disaster recovery plan, and the devil is in the details. Ease your plan with automation through Azure Site Recovery. Continue Reading
The last thing an enterprise wants is to lose data in the cloud. Take a proactive approach by evaluating recovery services from cloud and third-party providers. Continue Reading
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If the cost of a secondary site keeps you up at night, disaster recovery as a service could help you sleep. A cloud-based DR option has several other benefits, as well. Continue Reading
As IoT and big data systems proliferate, IT teams need to store and protect more data in the cloud. To meet those needs, and avoid data loss, rethink cloud backup and recovery. Continue Reading
Services like Azure Site Recovery can simplify the cloud backup and disaster recovery process, but smaller IT shops may want to opt for a SaaS-based alternative instead. Continue Reading
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In creating a plan for data recovery in the cloud, it's important to keep track of your infrastructure, DR requirements and the potential duration of failover. Continue Reading
With so many available cloud services, it's tough to choose how to spend those precious IT dollars. Here are two cloud projects to budget for in the future. Continue Reading
Better DR is a boon to OpenStack shops, but its return on investment can be difficult to communicate to the business side. Continue Reading