Disaster Recovery as a Service - Storage Replication

DISASTER RECOVERY AS A SERVICE (DRaaS)
Virtual Server SAN-to-SAN Replication

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Recover faster and avoid downtime with SAN-to-SAN replication disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS)

Setting up a disaster recovery solution does not have to be an expensive proposition, filled with costly ongoing maintenance, upgrades and support. Instead, with Expedient’s SAN-to-SAN disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) replication solutions, your mission critical data and applications are replicated between Expedient data centers, quickly, easily and with little to no disruption to your network availability. 

Advantages of SAN-to-SAN Replication

  • Cost Effective

    Build a highly resilient disaster recovery solution for a fraction of the cost of traditional methods.

  • Fast and Flexible DNS Failover

    Failover between data centers quickly and easily.

  • Simplified Management

    Ensure fast and reliable recovery with automated DRaaS failovers, non-disruptive testing, and planned migrations.

  • No additional hardware

    Avoid capital investments in duplicate hardware and virtual replication platforms.

The Numbers Don’t Lie
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