Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS): staying open for business just got easier. Ensure the instant availability of your critical business workloads in the event of a disaster
WHAT WE OFFER
Staying open for business just got easier. Stop losing money when critical workloads, files, or applications become unavailable. Ensure instant availability with quick failover to the cloud, making your infrastructure resilient and cost-efficient.
Ensure the instant
availability of critical
Protection for on-premises and cloud
Get complete data and infrastructure protection with one integrated solution for any environment — on-premises, in remote systems, or the cloud. In the event of disaster, quickly failover and run in Acronis Cloud.
Multiple recovery point times
Customize your recovery point objective (RPO) for each critical application and data set. By optimizing RPOs, you can ensure recovery of the most up-to-date data possible.
Run mission-critical applications constantly, even when your production environment is down. Achieve the best RTO and RPO by quickly adding virtual machines in the Acronis Cloud and hosting replicas of the applications.
Isolated testing environment
Ensure process availability with non-disruptive failover testing. Keep all backed up servers and applications running continuously and in line with your DR plan by starting recovery servers in Acronis Cloud’s isolated testing environment, with no impact on your production network.
Intuitive web-based console
Allow IT generalists to set up, add and configure the cloud-based recovery server with just a few clicks. The intuitive, touch-friendly, web-based console ensures you can easily implement most disaster recovery activities, including network configuration, failover testing, and failback.
Easy network configuration
Extend your network to the recovery site to provide transparent remote access to recovery servers in failover mode. Our VPN virtual appliance makes it simple.
SUPPORTED ENVIRONMENTS FOR DISASTER RECOVERY
Physical and virtual machines
SUPPORTED PHYSICAL OPERATING SYSTEMS:
SUPPORTED VIRTUAL MACHINES