DISASTER RECOVERY IN THE CLOUD
Ensure business continuity by building a disaster recovery site in the cloud activated whenever it’s needed — seamlessly and automatically.
The cloud and virtualization should make disaster recovery easier. Yet building a disaster recovery site in the cloud often requires extra scripts and manual processes to integrate with on-premises infrastructure, both of which can add cost and complexity. Commvault helps streamline and simplify disaster recovery in the cloud with a single software solution that features deeper integration, automation and flexibility across multiple VM and cloud platforms — letting you apply disaster recovery capabilities to all your workloads without breaking your budget.
Seamless integration between your premises and the cloud
Our backup, replication and disaster recovery functionality is fully integrated across your entire IT infrastructure, from your on-premises physical and virtual infrastructure all the way up to the public cloud. Instead of requiring you to stitch together multiple, siloed disaster recovery solutions, our software seamlessly works across all platforms and technologies to provide you with more efficient and scalable cloud-based recovery.
Amazon Web Services: We simplify disaster recovery to Amazon Web Services (AWS), offering complete integration with Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) and Amazon Glacier for day-to-day file recovery and long-term content storage.
Microsoft Azure: We can turn your Azure cloud into a natural extension of your on-premises data center’s disaster recovery capabilities, complete with the same high levels of data security, encryption and access control.
Less manual. Less risk.
By automating your disaster recovery workflows, and with integrated cloud-management policies, our software simplifies disaster recovery in the cloud — reducing the risk of human error associated with manual disaster recovery. Everything is managed from a single software solution including built-in alerting, monitoring and reporting. And with Commvault you can recover your systems directly from the cloud. If your production servers go down, our software can automatically restart them from the cloud, giving you a standby version of your data center to get your business backup and running instantly.
Here are selections from our resource library, which includes a wide range of videos, customer case studies, datasheets, whitepapers and more to further explain how Commvault can help you make your data work for you.
1 Gartner Symposium, The Impact of Hybrid Data Centers on Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery