On-Site Private Cloud
with Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

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Our Cloud, Your Location
Workload Mobility and Disaster Recovery

On-Site-Private-Cloud-DRaaS-Icon-V02Cloud computing delivers infrastructure as a service (IaaS) that can be consumed as an operating expense. In a private cloud, all computing resources are dedicated to a single organization. Expedient Private Cloud with Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) offers enhanced control and business resiliency by replicating computing environments between your location and one of the eleven (11) Expedient data centers with Push Button DR.

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Seamless Failover

Convey confidence to key stakeholders with dedicated infrastructure and end-to-end recovery including all components of networking.

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Push Button Experience

Avoid limitations due to skill gaps with existing staff by simplifying a typically complex process with a familiar interface.

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Fastest Recovery Time

Get time back for other work and measure recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO) in minutes.

In your data center and in ours

  • More Protection, Less Effort

  • ISOLATE CRITICAL COMPUTING WORKLOADS IN A CLOUD OF YOUR OWN

    Expedient tailors its solutions to address fundamental business imperatives that support a competitive advantage for clients in many industries. Ensure that your critical business applications are always secure and available. Make our cloud, your cloud and take advantage of disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS).


  • Read the whitepaper, Shift CAPEX to OPEX with an Expedient On-Site Private Cloud, for more technical details on this solution and our partnership with Intel.


    Learn more about other public and private cloud services available from Expedient.

The Numbers Don’t Lie
Calculate your spend vs. what you’ll save with Expedient.

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What to Consider When Creating a Disaster Recovery Plan

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