Zayad Malik on 1st December 2021
3 min read
Between the ongoing cybersecurity emergency, the intensifying climate crisis, and the persistent threat of human error, business continuity has never been harder to protect. Ransomware gangs are constantly battering organizations for their data, while extreme weather events are becoming more and more frequent and placing enterprises’ critical assets at risk.
Nevertheless, business continuity should be a critical component of every organization’s resilience plans. For businesses with applications in the cloud, this means getting up to speed with cloud deployments, migrations, and protecting their cloud infrastructure in time and cost-efficient ways has never been more important. Something that’s true for AWS users, too, who are fortunate to work with confidence knowing that they’re operating in the most efficient environment available.
Disaster recovery is an integral portion of your organization’s business continuity plan. With emerging threats to data not only putting enterprises’ success, but their survival at risk, the implementation of off-premise and cloud-based DR has become non-negotiable for AWS users. In fact, according to our recent, which Wanclouds conducted in collaboration with AWS Community Builders, 1-in-3 AWS users suffered data loss driven by downtime events in the last year. This included companies using AWS in public clouds as well as those using AWS infrastructure in on-premise settings.
As we now know, losing access to workloads in downtime incidents like these can cost your business, as well as incur severe reputational damage. A fact that highlights just how crucial a backup solution is to protect cloud-native applications on AWS. But it’s vital that organizations choose a DR solution that accounts for the rapid modernization of the cloud since the onset of Covid-19.
For instance, traditional disaster recovery options may lack the flexibility and mobility that businesses need as they increasingly transition to hybrid and public cloud environments. Rather, they may be better suited to disaster recovery as a service solution that gives them continuous data protection but without the large price tag and added complexities.
Wanclouds’ Disaster Recovery as a Service solution,, boosts AWS organizations’ business continuity plans by enabling them to manage on-demand cloud backups for the servers or clusters they need and restore them when they need to. We empower them to backup their production VPC blueprints, Amazon EKS deployments along with their complete resource profiles, data, and relationships, and restore them on-demand. Critically, Wanclouds helps AWS users improve their recovery time objective and recovery point objective by enabling them to say goodbye to the complex, costly, and outdated DR methods prohibiting them from seamlessly backing up their clusters. This is a critical benefit, considering 62% of AWS experts say their organization wouldn’t be able to withstand even a minute of downtime on the back of a data loss event!
Wanclouds’ VPC+ DRaaS empowers AWS users to:
Learn more today ator to watch VPC+ DRaaS in action! Wanclouds is a leading multi-cloud SaaS solution and managed service provider. It helps enterprises with cloud deployments, migrations, cloud management and protecting their cloud infrastructure in time and cost-efficient ways. The company’s cloud and (DRaaS) cloud offerings reduce the financial investment and remove the technical complexities that halt or delay businesses from migrating on-premise to the cloud, moving across clouds, or setting up backup and restore protection. Its SaaS-based automation suite VPC+ provides a single pane of glass for managing and protecting multi-cloud environments through a centralized cross-cloud solution. Wanclouds is an AWS, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud partner and is headquartered in Santa Clara, CA.
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