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- Posted by Sejal
- On February 15, 2017
Your organization needs a business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) strategy that keep apps and data safe and available during planned and unplanned downtime, and recovers to normal working conditions as soon as possible.
Site Recovery contributes to your BCDR strategy by orchestrating replication of on-premises virtual machines and physical servers. You replicate servers and VMs from your primary on-premises datacenter to the cloud (Azure), or to a secondary datacenter.
Below are the 4 main reasons why Disaster Recovery is essential for your business:
Protect all of your major IT systems. Affordably.
Achieve low recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO) targets for every major system in your organization, simply and cost-effectively. Eliminate the hassle and cost of secondary datacenters and tap into nearly infinite capacity at a moment’s notice with a cloud-based data recovery solution designed for the needs of enterprises.
Unify data management, security, and protection
Achieve business goals for continuity and compliance throughout the lifecycle of your apps. Help secure your data with industry leading protection offered by encryption features. Manage and protect your apps with offerings such as Operations Management Suite, which includes centralized management, integrated data protection, and application availability solutions.
Ensure apps work when you need them the most
Rest assured during an outage or disaster scenario with a disaster recovery solution that protects and natively supports the widest range of enterprise applications of any cloud disaster recovery provider. Fail over your apps—and your entire datacenter—with automated recovery plans in a matter of hours instead of weeks or months.
Perform tests any time for complete confidence
When a disaster hits, the last thing you want is to run into a problem. Test your business continuity plans, or run dev-test copies of production workloads in Azure whenever you need to, and without impacting users. Plus, test new versions of applications with copies of live data, and then seamlessly put the new version into production in your datacenter.