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20 Point Checklist
Why Move Backup and Disaster
Recovery To The Cloud
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20 point checklist : why move backup and disaster recovery to the cloud - druva

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20 point checklist : why move backup and disaster recovery to the cloud - druva

  1. 1. 1.888.248.4976 | www.druva.com Q416-CON-10546 20 Point Checklist Why Move Backup and Disaster Recovery To The Cloud Traditionally, businesses have cobbled together multiple software solutions to address disaster recovery (DR), backup and archival as part of a larger data protection practice. Today, the public cloud’s reliability, security, and scalability offers the transformational potential to move disparate workloads to a single cloud platform for greater efficiency and agility. Review these 20 real-world business reasons to move backup, archival and disaster recovery (DR) to a single, native cloud platform. Backup and Restore 1. Automatically protect data without the need for expensive on-site hardware and administrative overhead. 2. The OpEX model (versus CapEX) enables enterprises to pay only for what is used, improving Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). 3. Reliable, durable, fast and cost-effective data recovery enabled by an enterprise-grade multi- region public cloud infrastructure. 4. Your data can be is fully encrypted in transit and at rest with no vendor access to your data. Disaster Recovery (DR) 5. Eliminate the need to replicate your production system in full at a secondary compay managed data center. DR is available on demand in the cloud. 6. Replicated virtual machines can be pushed to any global location, making spin-up in the event of disaster efficient. 7. With virtual machines replicated off-site, system downtime (and its resulting impact on productivity) can be reduced to minutes. 8. Cloud-based systems enable enterprises to store replicated virtual machines to multiple different storage regions for even greater protection and redundancy. CHECKLIST By 2018, more than 60% of enterprises will have at least half of their infrastructure on cloud-based platforms. - Forbes
  2. 2. 1.888.248.4976 | www.druva.com Q416-CON-10546 Archival 9. More efficient storage combined with a best of breed deduplication technology allows for data to be cost effectively retained long term. 10. Streamlining the archival process lowers cost and eliminates reliance on tape, which is an error- prone and manual process. 11. Because the data is stored in the cloud, it’s at the ready for data mining, legal and compliance needs. Test and Development 12. Test/Dev replicated systems can be instantly spun-up as needed, on demand, with no dedicated hardware or software for greater flexibility and speed. 13. By leveraging a copy of a virtual machine in the cloud, tests and validation can be run against a copy of the production data with no interference to critical production environments. 14. A single replicated virtual machine can be centrally managed and replicated as much as needed, even across geographies so test/dev can be easily managed around the clock. 15. No need for separate Test/Dev systems as you can repurpose available virtual machines. Data Analytics 16. Analyze backed up data to understand risks and challenges around dormant data, storage growth and data classification. 17. A cloud storage model can increase visibility into existing data which can then be better leveraged for additional business value. Converged Architecture 18. It’s a single data source – not multiple data sources – so you save on resources spent moving data across systems, and eliminate redundancies. 19. Organizations can turn on/off services on-demand by leveraging an existing public cloud account such as AWS or Azure. 20. Converge multiple workloads together in a ‘single pane of glass’ while gaining the assurance that your data, stored on the public cloud infrastructure, adheres to global data privacy regulations. Gain 20 business benefits when you choose a unified solution for moving backup and DR to the cloud as part of a larger cloud migration strategy. To learn more about how to combine multiple workloads into one platform for cost and time savings, visit www.druva.com/phoenix and try backup, DR, and archival in the cloud.

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