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Disaster Recovery as-a-Service Buyer’s Guide

Disaster Recovery as-a-Service Buyer’s Guide

VMware
Published by: Research Desk Released: Nov 21, 2020

Many organizations realize the importance of implementing a Disaster Recovery (DR) solution, or are required to do so to comply with government regulations. Maintaining a separate on-premises site to serve as a DR target is labor intensive and requires significant investment to deploy and maintain, especially when considering that it is not utilized on a day-to-day basis. Disaster Recovery as-a-Service (DRaaS) running on an elastic public cloud with built-in automation reduces the amount of under-utilized hardware and maintenance tasks, simplifies the deployment in case of a DR event, and increases the reliability of the DR solution with non-disruptive testing.

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