Why You Need Disaster Recovery Purpose-built for the Cloud
Today’s threat landscape is more volatile than ever and if you think that ransomware or other disaster recovery scenarios such as natural disasters, hardware failures, the ever increasing amount of data being created, and explosion of data sources and silos don’t happen in the cloud then you should probably think again.
Furthermore, public cloud providers are not responsible for protecting or maintaining the availability of your data. This is a common misconception that too many companies have unfortunately come to realize the hard way.
The challenge organizations face when creating a disaster recovery strategy for their public cloud infrastructure in AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud are real.
Simply put, your applications are susceptible to downtime and critical data loss and most disaster recovery solutions are not purpose-built for the cloud; just on-premises solutions run in the cloud.
However, these hard truths can be avoided with a resilient, modern disaster recovery plan that is fully optimized and purpose-built for the cloud. Finding the right solution and building a strategy for availability and resilience is critical.
In a recently held webinar titled “Why You Need Disaster Recovery Purpose-built for the Cloud”, HYCU’s own Andy Fernandez, Director of Product Marketing takes a deep dive into why companies need to devise such a plan. In his 30-minute talk, he will help you understand:
Specific scenarios you need to prepare for
Understand the evolution of disaster recovery from:
- Primary data centers to cloud target sites
Know the challenges of disaster recovery in the cloud era which include:
- High administrative overhead
- Shared responsibility model
- DIY or pay for service
- Limited visibility
Selection criteria for disaster recovery solutions for cloud workloads
Find the right data protection for your workloads that are:
- Purpose-built for your platforms and cloud-native
- Have a “true” SaaS offering
- Simple to use
- Are both hybrid and multi-cloud enabled
- Self-serve and multi-tenancy
- Security first
How to lower TCO for disaster recovery and backup
- A single management interface between/for Nutanix, VMware, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, AWS, and M365 with visibility all from one space
- Removal of unnecessary configurations, installations, and overhead due to reactive, disparate activities.
- Flexibility to only pay for computing and storage when you need it
These are just a few considerations to keep in mind. To learn more about how HYCU’s multi-cloud disaster recovery and backup as a service solutions work, you can watch the full webinar and discover how today!
That’s also why thousands of companies are relying on HYCU Protégé for their hybrid IT and multi-cloud data protection needs – Try now, for FREE