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Enterprise-Grade Disaster Recovery Without Breaking the Bank

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Until recently, enterprise-grade DR had been prohibitively expensive, leaving many companies with high risk levels and unreliable solutions. Now, many organizations are enjoying top-of- the-line disaster recovery at a fraction of the price, thanks to the rapid development of cloud technology. CloudEndure and Actual Tech Media are thrilled to present this presentation, with a cost comparison of 3 Disaster Recovery Strategies, and much more.

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Enterprise-Grade Disaster Recovery Without Breaking the Bank

  1. 1. Enterprise-Grade Disaster Recovery WithoutBreaking theBank October 2016
  2. 2. According to CloudEndure’s 2016 Disaster Recovery Survey, the biggest challenges are: Insufficient IT resources Budget limitations Lack of in-house expertise Disaster Recovery Practices & Trends Insufficient IT resources • 19% Budget Limitations • 17% Lack of In-house expertise • 16% Keeping up with the pace of change/growth • 14% Limit on our ability to prevent software bugs • 11% Cloud resource capacity •9% Limit on our ability to prevent configuration errors •8% Coping with peak demand • 7% Source: CloudEndure Disaster Recovery Survey 2016
  3. 3. But, why not? Just ask Delta Airlines - A mere 5-hour outage in August 2016 cost them over $150 million. Organizations today understand the critical need to recover fast from IT outages, application failures, malicious attacks to: • Ensure resilience • Stay competitive • Avoid regulatory risks • Keep customers happy • Maintain reputation Disaster Recovery: No Longer “Nice-to-Have”
  4. 4. So, What’s the Problem? “Why don’t all enterprises have air-tight, 100% reliable business continuity disaster recovery strategies in place?” “Can’t IT departments simply set up multiple data centers that continually replicate workloads and when a disaster strikes, just redirect to the DR site?”
  5. 5. 3 Disaster Recovery Strategies To answer these questions, let’s first examine the three main DR strategies currently used by enterprises, while focusing on the expected costs of each: On-Premise Disaster Recovery Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery
  6. 6. On-Premises Disaster Recovery Enterprises have traditionally handled IT disasters internally, but to keep an on-premise disaster recovery solution up-to-date requires a large investment: DR Infrastructure & Services: IT resiliency solution requires duplicate infrastructure to restore entire systems to previous state, incurring capital expenditures & operating expenses. Software Licenses: Duplicate third-party software licenses required, plus application or DR-specific replication software. Management Monitoring: IT staff resources necessary to manage & monitor DR software & infrastructure.
  7. 7. Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Due to high costs and the expertise needed to implement on-premise DR, many turn to third-party DRaaS providers for failover support in case of disaster: DR Infrastructure & Services: Normally more cost effective than on-premise DR, but very costly compared to the economies of scale of a cloud provider Software Licenses: May still need to duplicate licenses for applications so they’re available quickly during disaster. Management Monitoring: No need to pay additional on-premise IT staff, but must pay DRaaS provider. (Costs differ by vendor.)
  8. 8. Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery The revolution in disaster recovery began a few years ago with the advancement of cloud technology and the pay-as-you-go approach of public clouds. DR Infrastructure & Services: Keeps an organization’s data in real-time sync using lightweight compute and storage without duplicate hardware needed, until you actually need it. Software Licenses: No need to purchase duplicate software licenses for your standby DR site. Management Monitoring: Automation for DR, so fewer IT resources required to launch or maintain DR solution.
  9. 9. Taking a Closer Look at the Annual Costs Small Enterprise Large Enterprise # of Servers 250 750 DR Strategy On-Premise DRaaS Cloud-Based On-Premise DRaaS Cloud-Based DR Hardware $1,997,000 $378,000 $39,000 $6,818,000 $1,309,000 $118,000 DR Infrastructure, Licensing, & Services $1,284,000 $984,000 $205,000 $4,500,000 $3,237,000 $532,000 Total $3,281,000 $1,362,000 $244,000 $11,318,000 $4,546,000 $650,000 *Annual Costs
  10. 10. Is the Cheaper Option Necessarily the Better One? The Answer = It Depends Technology for cloud-based DR can vary greatly from one vendor to another Some cannot guarantee data consistency or support all of your applications Others may impact your server performance or deliver inadequate RPO or RTO The right DR technology should enable you to achieve the enterprise-grade resilience and performance of on- premise and DRaaS solutions, but with the dramatic cost reduction of the cloud.
  11. 11. Additional Benefits of Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery When using the most advanced technology, Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery provides additional benefits, including: Easy Testability -- Quickly spin up machines for your periodic DR drills without disrupting your source environment. Self-Service DR -- Configure your cloud environment, replicate your servers, and perform your DR drills whenever you want. Deployment is easy, and access to cloud resources is instantaneous. Flexibility Between Infrastructures -- Protect physical, virtual, or cloud-based machines. Use public cloud of your choice & easily move to a different cloud provider if desired.
  12. 12. Bird’s-Eye View of the 3 Strategies On-Premise DRaaS Cloud-Based Enterprise-Grade Total Cost of Ownership High Medium Low One-Touch Deployment & Maintenance Easy Testability Easy Scalability Easy Self-Service DR Flexibility Between Infrastructures Software-Defined DR Site
  13. 13. 1. How much data loss might I experience during a disaster (RPO)? 2. How long will it take to recover during a disaster (RTO)? 3. Can a cloud-based DR solution support my physical & virtual machines? What about legacy applications? 4. Is it possible to use the cloud for disaster recovery without moving my primary workloads to the cloud? 5. How can I ensure the security of my applications? 6. How would I easily failback once the disaster is over? FAQs About Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery WHERE WHEN WHO WHAT HOW WHY WHICH
  14. 14. Vote Now: What are your top business continuity challenges?
  15. 15. All Platforms Mobilize your workloads from physical, virtual, cloud-based, and hybrid infrastructures to any cloud platform. All the Time Keep your business running without downtime or data loss using our continuous, block- level, real-time replication. All Automated Bring up your servers in minutes with our fully automated machine conversion and cloud orchestration engines. Disaster Recovery & Live Migration to the Cloud
  16. 16. Case Study: ClickSoftware’s RPO Goes From 24 Hours to Last Transaction 1. ClickSoftware had in-house disaster recovery solution but needed to upgrade to keep up with rapid growth. 2. Wanted to use AWS as their DR infrastructure 3. System integrator recommended CloudEndure for AWS-based DR solution 4. Implemented “Continuous Replication Protection” without system disruption • RPO = seconds RTO = minutes • Lower TCO • Non-disruptive drills
  17. 17. “One of the things I love about CloudEndure is that it replicates not only machines and data, but the entire application stack. With CloudEndure we were able to move from losing up to a day’s worth of data to what we call ‘up to the last transaction.’” - Igal Korach, Director of Cloud Operations, ClickSoftware Case Study: ClickSoftware’s RPO Goes From 24 Hours to Last Transaction
  18. 18. 85% TCO Reduction Leverages the cloud to keep your data in sync using lightweight compute and storage. You only pay for your workload during disaster, reducing TCO by 85%. Non-Disruptive Our Continuous Data Protection (CDP) engine works in memory, does not use snapshots, and does not write any data to disk, which means near-zero impact on performance. Bottom Line: CloudEndure’s Benefits
  19. 19. Any to Any Provides equally efficient replication and recovery solutions for any source infrastructure and any target infrastructure, and all major clouds (AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform & OpenStack.) Bottom Line: CloudEndure’s Benefits Minimal RTO & RPO Continuous Data Protection (CDP) enables real-time updates and near-zero RPO. It eliminates need to retrieve data manually, thereby enabling near-zero RTO.
  20. 20. Bottom Line: CloudEndure’s Benefits Independence & Control Test your target machines as often as you like by just clicking a button. Move easily and quickly to any target infrastructure of your choice, which means no resource-draining vendor lock-in. Enterprise-Grade Security Follows the highest security standards and is ISO 27001 compliant. Provides in-transit data encryption using AES 256-bit and supports at-rest data encryption in your target site. Replication traffic transmitted directly from your source machines to your target site.
  21. 21. Close Up View of the Disaster Recovery Console
  22. 22. Machine Details View
  23. 23. Account Dashboard View
  24. 24. Some of Our Customers and Partners
  25. 25. Questions? info@cloudendure.com +1-650-360-0717 THANK YOU

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