Cloud DR Feasibility

Cloud DR Feasibility

Easy installation & configuration

Traditional IT solutions include backup, software installations, setting up dedicated servers and their configurations it’s a very time-consuming, expensive & tedious task. On-premise back-up & installations can take days or even weeks for installations. For example, some online backup service providers such NetBackup (Symantec) can take a long time to integrate. The backup server alone can take days for complete installations and configuration. And mostly requires an expert’s advice or assistance.

Disaster recovery enables a lot of flexibility as it can be done in just a matter of hours. Nowadays you can find image-based backup solutions as well as SaaS-based backup such as Esds’s cloud-based DR services which does not require any installations or third party applications it is done with the installation of a virtual appliance.  It does not require any minimum configuration or eligibility criteria.

Agentless backup

Traditional backup includes agent installation on every single server. In the case of a huge organization, the environment is a bit complex with a number of servers in a cluster hence,  there are numerous installations and configurations that have to be done which eventually results in an outdated environment.

Due to complex nature of enterprise environments often different types of platforms are used on different servers such as agents for Linux, windows, SQL servers & oracle etc. agent is barely used in a snapshot technology

Easy management

Like a run of the mill, conventional programming that uses Java or Windows-based GUIs, even generally new backup items, as Veeam, have an antiquated GUI. In any case, in the cloud, most, if not all, of the administration devices are cutting edge and online. Everything can be controlled and made do effortlessly via a browser from any part of the world.

It’s likewise conceivable to utilize instruments that are accessible inside the cloud for checking notices and cautions. For instance, N2Ws’ answer uses Amazon’s Simple Notification Service (SNS) to send messages and warnings about issues that happen amid the backup process. Since conventional arrangements are “secured” on-premises, they can’t be effectively incorporated with such advanced cloud services, and for the most part, should be manually implemented. This integration can be challenging, for example, while using your mail server, for instance, and the outcomes can be unsuitable if your created messages are named as spam. On the flip side of the range, the AWS cloud, the most develop cloud that exists today, offers a rich choice of administrations that can be effortlessly utilized to ease these sorts of issues.

Cloud Pricing and Licensing

In most conventional backup programming, a permit for testing is obtained with a specific end goal to backup tens or hundreds of servers, which is ordinarily done on a long haul basis. This is like conventional programming, which is obtained independently from bolster bundles and extra limit, and winds up being an extremely strict and bulky procedure.

 

Sushil Deshmukh
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