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And Then Magic Happens: DRaaS and DNS Management

In the years we’ve been working with DRaaS, one consistent feature of the sales process has been a bit of awe when someone first sees a failover happen. Let’s face it -awe is rarely an emotion invoked by infrastructure management tools. But, that moment when you click “fail over” and Zerto flips your workload to…

continuity tools replication

The Continuity Tools Explained: Replication

This is the third blog in the our brief series on continuity terminology. My first covered Snapshots – and the second covered Backup. As noted, this guide is a simple introduction to each of these concepts, and helps to explain the differences in clear, simple terms. We will discuss what each one is, isn’t, and how you might want to…

continuity tools backups

The Continuity Tools Explained: Backups

This is the second blog in the our brief series on continuity terminology. My first covered Snapshots – and the third will cover Replication. As noted, this guide is a simple introduction to each of these concepts, and helps to explain the differences in clear, simple terms. We will discuss what each one is, isn’t, and how you…

Gartner DRaaS

Gartner’s 10 DRaaS Questions: Answered

Recently, some esteemed analysts at Gartner wrote up 10 Strategic Questions to Ask Potential DRaaS Providers1. It’s an excellent report – if you get a chance to look it up. And, we proactively decided to answer those 10 questions for you – just to be helpful. 1. “How will the service provider ensure that reductions in…

New! Veeam On-premise with DRaaS in the Cloud

Have you heard all about the new v9 version of Veeam Availability Suite? Have you been curious about the new DRaaS capability – that’s Disaster Recovery as a Service? In the last – v8 – release, Veeam enabled remote backup. All your meticulous backups of your VMs could be shipped off to the cloud, saving…

Safe Harbor Isn’t Over: Steps You Can Take

As was covered previously, there is a new Safe Harbor agreement tentatively in place called EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, which is being reviewed for approval by the Article 29 Working Party . We also know that there are already folks out there looking to take the new framework to court within the EU, which may result in another nullification if the EU Courts…