Azure Disaster Recovery: How It Works
A key advantage of a cloud environment over traditional hardware servers is their distributed architecture. Azure Virtual Machines in a managed data centre provide your organisation with a reliable platform for information that is compliant with ISO 27001 standards. If your organisation has opted for fully virtualised infrastructure, then outages can be quickly resolved, however with a hybrid environment, Azure Disaster Recovery provides even greater benefits to your business.
Through the use of regular back ups in the cloud, a rolling copy of your data and application information is stored and this can then be deployed back to your local machines.
Valto provide a full Azure disaster recovery service to our clients that is tailored to your precise needs in terms of both risk and compliance requirements. Through an initial consultancy phase, our specialists will investigate your current technical infrastructure in both the cloud and in local data centres, and create a plan for back up and re-deployment scheduling. We will create the architecture and configuration for your back up environment and the develop an ongoing plan for management and security.
For more information about how Valto can help provide your business with a full Azure Disaster Recovery Service, please contact a member of our team.
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