Disaster Recovery in the Cloud, or Cloud DR, is an emergency backup strategy for data, applications and hardware to ensure business continuity by restoring the access and functionality of your IT infrastructure following natural or man-made disastrous events . Unlike traditional approaches, it is based on cloud storage.
In other words, in the event of a failure, affected data, applications and other resources are quickly and easily restored from the cloud. This allows for a quicker resumption of activities.
Thanks to the way the Disaster Recovery function is provided in the “As A Service” formula, Italtel has provided the energy and refining operator with significant cost savings. In fact, the in-house implementation of disaster recovery programs is usually very expensive due to recurring maintenance costs.
With DRaaS, on the other hand, you only pay when the infrastructure is in use.
The DRaaS solution combined with the managed services provided by Italtel allow the customer to:
focus your IT team on core operations
be operational faster and with faster recovery times
save money on recovery programs
have no responsibility for the protection of the hardware
Italtel provides the management service remotely via VPN access and includes:
the functions for monitoring backups, operating parameters and the correct functioning of the system
the implementation of replicas, also at the application level, on Virtual Machines turned on and configured on the Disaster Recovery site using native tools of the respective vendors, including Oracle DataGuard, Log Shipping Mechanisms
the management of infrastructural changes and related workloads, with a joint strategy with the Customer which includes the feasibility study, planning of the procedures for commissioning and taking charge of the Disaster Recovery site.
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