WHAT IS THIS SOLUTION?
SONDA’s Disaster Recovery as a Service is a solution that will quickly restore your services if there is an incident, in order to preserve business continuity. It creates a support environment in SONDA’s enterprise cloud or in a private environment, with Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) that are aligned with your business requirements.
Disaster Recovery as a Service - SONDA
Any disruption to business IT services can be catastrophic for business continuity, due to losing information or applications going down, and can cause serious financial damage.
Therefore, companies need to be prepared to face various disaster situations, such as power cuts, hardware failures, fires, earthquakes, floods, or terrorist attacks. The principal challenge when facing these situations is having a disaster recovery plan that is tailored to the needs of each customer's business. It must have rapid recovery times and meet recognized standards, as many industries have strict requirements regarding service recovery and business continuity.
SONDA’s Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) replicates our customer's servers (protected site) at SONDA’s Datacenter (replicated site). Then whenever an incident occurs that interferes with normal operations, the protected site can be turned off and the replicated site activated, which minimizes recovery time.
SONDA’s Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solution provides greater application availability and protection using continuous replication, failback/failover, monitoring, and support mechanisms that report the replication status of the protected environment. .
Disaster recovery solutions within everyone’s reach
por Roberto Maino A.
Director New Business and Management Control Datacenter and Cloud
These days organizations are required to deliver high quality services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and any service interruption will result in financial losses. According to Gartner these losses are estimated at US$ 5,600 per minute of inactivity, and cause long term damage to the organization’s reputation. When a service becomes inactive in the private sector, customers can switch to the competition with relative ease. Lost access to fundamental public services can erode public confidence in governmental institutions; and at health institutions it can endanger the patient's life.