Simplify Data Protection While Improving Recovery Success & Cost Predictability
There’s a reason companies are turning to backup-as-a-service (BaaS) to eliminate the heavy-lifting of running data protection in house. BaaS is an approach to backing up and protecting data that involves purchasing backup and recovery services from an online data backup provider.
Rather than managing backups with a centralized, on-premise IT department, BaaS connects systems to a private, public or hybrid cloud managed by the outside provider. Overall, BaaS is easier to manage than other offsite services. Instead of worrying about rotating and managing tapes or hard disks at an offsite location, data storage administrators can offload maintenance and management to the provider, saving you time and money and ensuring readiness to your data when needed.
Recovery Time Goals
15 Minutes or Less
Requiring proactive, high-availability or failover technologies
15 Minutes to 2 Hours
Replicas/snapshots are best suited, but some rapid or instant VM recovery features are also applicable
2 Hours to 6 Hours
Modern backup and restoration are more applicable
More Than 6 Hours
Legacy backup mechanisms may be good enough
*Source: ESG Research, Evolving Business Continuity and DR Landscape, Jan. 2016