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Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) in the Cloud

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) in the Cloud

White Paper: FalconStor

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is a smart solution when you have a limited budget. With DRaaS, you can virtualize your data and keep a current copy of your data in the cloud – on which ever cloud service provider you choose.

This whitepaper is intended as a guideline for customers planning to deploy a DRaaS cloud solution. It provides a brief overview of latest technology, concepts, and simple disaster recovery cloud solution examples.

  • Potential challenging aspects of moving to a cloud deployment

  • The biggest cloud service providers

  • On-premise AWS storage gateway with cloud-based S3 storage

  • Deploy an FSS server from the Azure marketplace

This gives you the power to seamlessly migrate, recover, and protect data in the cloud without tying your business to specific hardware, networks, or protocols

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