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.

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Calculate your spend vs. what you’ll save with Expedient.

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