Modernize, Optimize and Protect with VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery
Today’s business needs to be resilient. But how can you ensure Disaster Recovery (DR) planning is aligned with Business Continuity (BC) management to deliver the right level of protection? Is there a way to optimally assess and balance your technical capabilities, business recovery strategies, and IT resources?
It all starts with a tiered approach to DR. Having a plan and making simple (but impactful) choices could help you maximize ROI while driving a confident adoption of cloud as a cornerstone of digital transformation.
Where to Start: Have a Plan
Gartner reports that 76% of organizations reported at least one incident in the past 2 years that required an IT DR plan. Before you embark on your disaster recovery journey, you need to assess your existing environment, conduct a Business Impact Analysis (BIA), and map business demands to determine the best approach.
Once you’ve answered these questions, there’s a final one that often goes overlooked: Could you reliably conduct DR operations while tuning your level of protection to match your Service Level Agreements (SLAs)? More specifically, could you find an optimized balance between reliable protection and efficient allocation of DR resources?
With VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery™, the answer is yes.
Get it Right: A Tiered Approach to Disaster Recovery with VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery
VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery offers on-demand disaster recovery, delivered as an easy-to-use SaaS solution, with cloud economics. It provides the reliability, ease of use, and flexibility to support the unpredictable characteristics of disaster scenarios.
With VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery you get the ideal combination of cost-efficient cloud storage with simple SaaS-based management for IT resiliency at scale and a ‘pay-as-you-go’ failover capacity model — all with consistent VMware operations across production and DR sites.
Regardless of where you are in your journey, it’s a good time to rethink your disaster recovery approach by modernizing your DR plan, optimizing costs associated with inefficient DR resource allocation, and driving confidence in restoring your critical applications if ransomware strikes. Regaining control of IT time and idle resources could be the highest dividend your strategy pays.